Changes between Version 49 and Version 50 of InhouseMeetingQuestions


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Dec 14, 2011, 1:39:28 PM (10 years ago)
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    3535How do I locate/quantify what GO terms or extensions that I have used? (for implementing changes to syntax/go back and make changes etc)
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    38 '''Retreat Feedback''' [[BR]]
    39 Feedback from the lab retreat
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    41 '''Meetings'''
     37'''Meetings'''[[BR]]
    4238Do it on the weeks that we have the calls? Or something else? If we plan in advance we won't have the same issues with room bookings... [[BR]]
     39'''update''' 2011-12-14: sorted - see email from Val.
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    4441'''NOT annotations''' [[BR]]
    4542again....ok to put just 'NOT' in col 16? And then tack on any other extension as they apply? [[BR]]
     43'''response:''' Not quite -- just plain 'NOT' can only go in col 4. There are a few more specific relations in the collection that can be used to negate extensions (not_during, not_happens_during, not_exists_during), and we can request more if we need. (MAH 2011-12-14)
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    4745'''Ste11 paper''' [[BR]]
     
    5149'''Protein IDs''' [[BR]]
    5250PR:xxx and PRO:xxx when to use what ID  [[BR]]
    53 Also, certain gene products, either repeats that are cleaved into multiple proteins after transcr/transl (P-factor), or where there are multiple genes for the same product (M-factor) or if you want to refer to a family of proteins (histones). What is best to use? GeneID? (multiple annotations). Protein ID?
     51Also, certain gene products, either repeats that are cleaved into multiple proteins after transcr/transl (P-factor), or where there are multiple genes for the same product (M-factor) or if you want to refer to a family of proteins (histones). What is best to use? GeneID? (multiple annotations). Protein ID? [[BR]]
     52(partial) '''response:''' use PR:xxx IDs; they're much more traceable. I think, but we should confirm, that the protein ontology folks would be happy to add entries for the cleaved precursors and final products. (MAH 2011-12-14)
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    5554[[BR]]