Reference Genome Annotation Meeting
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Revision as of 18:13, 7 June 2007 by Eilbeck (→Discussions regarding metrics, including making a plan for how to use metrics)
The first Reference Genome annotation Meeting will be held (tentatively) September 26-27, 2007 in Princeton, NJ, right after the GO consortium and GO advisors meeting.
Strategies to identify orthologs
- Procedures different databases are using can be found on the Orthology discussion page
- Standardize procedure for identification across MODs
- Which model organisms are available in which databases, e.g. Dicty is not in Treefam
How to prioritize disease genes
How to assess the progress made towards curation of reference genome genes; strategies for improvement
Review of progress toward database and tool development
- Chris, Sohel and Mary are developing a web-based tool that will replace the currant Google spreadsheet
- Demonstration of the tool (link to a page with the tool coming soon)
- Curator input for further development
Discussions regarding metrics, including making a plan for how to use metrics
- Integrating both functional and structural information into the metrics we develop. How are we going to integrate sequence into this pipeline? Getting GFF3 from each of the reference genomes.