Changes between Version 91 and Version 92 of GOAnnotationGuidelines


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Nov 7, 2016, 4:35:56 PM (4 years ago)
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mah79
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  • GOAnnotationGuidelines

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    119119  * splice variants can use !PomBase splice variant IDs (no examples curated yet)
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     121=== Evidence and references for sequence similarity ===
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     123Annotations using ISS or any of its "child" evidence types (ISO, ISM, etc.) can use a PMID if a paper reports similarity, especially if the authors explicitly make the inference represented by the GO annotation.
     124
     125Otherwise, use GO_REFs:
     126
     127 * ISO - GO_REF:0000024
     128 * ISM - GO_REF:0000050 (with !InterPro, Pfam, etc.)
     129
    121130=== GO supplementary IC (inferred from curator) annotation ===
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    128137  * [http://www.ebi.ac.uk/QuickGO/GTerm?id=GO:0032049 cardiolipin biosynthesis (GO:0032049)] implies [http://www.ebi.ac.uk/QuickGO/GTerm?id=GO:0007006 mitochondrial membrane organization (GO:0007006)]
    129138  * Also check whether any of these can be experimentally supported by data in the paper
    130  * An IC annotation inferred from annotations from one publication use the same references as the "from" annotations. If an IC is based on putting together multiple "from" annotations that come from more than one paper, use GO_REF:0000036. Do not use GO_REF:0000001.
     139 * An IC annotation inferred from annotations from one publication use the same reference(s) as the "from" annotations, except:
     140  * If an IC is based on an annotation that uses ISS or any of its "child" evidence types (ISO, ISM, etc.), use GO_REF:0000111.
     141  * If an IC is based on putting together multiple "from" annotations that come from more than one paper, use GO_REF:0000036.
     142 * '''Do not use GO_REF:0000001.'''
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