Changes between Version 631 and Version 632 of CuratorMeeting


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Feb 5, 2015, 5:32:29 PM (6 years ago)
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    5959          * target individual groups who have not participated, or who have stalled sessions
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     61   * annotate to protein complex ID (can get from PRO)?
     62   * example: PMID:18723846 has direct assays showing ORC binding to origin DNA, but doesn't distinguish subunits; from other work, it's known that some but not all ORC subunits actually make contact with DNA. Annotate all to DNA binding anyway, with or without contributes_to, or annotate to a complex ID? (I'd prefer the latter but will it break anything?)
     63   * same paper: similar issue for annotation extension - cdt1 or cdc18 increase ORC origin binding - put complex ID in has_regulation_target ext?
     64     * Next step here is to request complex IDs for known complexes from PRO
     65        * Then need to discuss what is needed to annotate to complexes (Canto, Complex pages- which data will be propagated to complex pages from gene pages and vice versa)
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    8791 * phenotypes at centromeric outer repeats - https://sourceforge.net/p/pombase/fission-yeast-phenotype/1871/
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    9394 == Annotation issues, syntax, procedures, extensions etc ==
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    95  * annotate to protein complex ID (can get from PRO)?
    96    * example: PMID:18723846 has direct assays showing ORC binding to origin DNA, but doesn't distinguish subunits; from other work, it's known that some but not all ORC subunits actually make contact with DNA. Annotate all to DNA binding anyway, with or without contributes_to, or annotate to a complex ID? (I'd prefer the latter but will it break anything?)
    97    * same paper: similar issue for annotation extension - cdt1 or cdc18 increase ORC origin binding - put complex ID in has_regulation_target ext?
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    9996 * protein domain specific binding, see example in e-mail
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