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#1 duplicate review ubiquitin binding annotations somebody gomidori

There are a number of genes annotated with "ubiquitin binding"

I am not sure that these are all correct. I suspect that some should be "modification, ubiquitinated"

The annotations of the mappings may need updating.

(Other conjugating modifications may need checking also)

#2 duplicate Post translational modifications, move to ontology val_wood gomidori

I had a tracker item to standardise the post-translational modification annotation (Which I think I have pretty much done, see below), so these are probably ready to map to an ontology.

I was intending to do this as my "obo edit" training exercise, so you can issign this issue to me. I might pass it to Antonia and do something else as I think this is pretty straightforward.

modification, acetylated (11)

modification, biotinylated (2)

modification, carboxymethylated (1)

modification, disulphide bond (2)

modification, farnesylated (10)

modification, gerenylgerenylated (3) correct spelling

modification, glycosylated (84)

modification, GPI attachment site (42)

modification, hypusination (1)

modification, lipidated (1)

modification, lipoylated (4)

modification, mannosylated (1)

modification, methylated (10)

modification, N-myristoylated (2)

modification, neddylated (3)

modification, palmitoylated (3)

modification, phosphatidylethanolominated (1) correct spelling

modification, phosphopantetheine attachment site (1)

modification, phosphorylated (1254)

modification, prenylated (4)

modification, proteolytic cleavage (11)

modification, trimethylguanosine capped (1)

S-thiolated (1)

modification, sulfinic acid formation (1)

modification, sumoylated (8)

modification, ubiquitinated (18)

#3 duplicate annotate overlapping protein coding genes somebody gomidori

I want to annotate all of the protein coding genes which overlap with each other (as the overlaps are usually small, only a few amino acids), but it is useful to users to know.

I think this is most of them:

We can identify these in Artemis, and check that all are flagged (the new gene structures may have added or removed some)

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