Changes between Version 105 and Version 106 of MatrixProject


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Timestamp:
Nov 7, 2012, 10:43:37 AM (9 years ago)
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val_wood
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    1313 * Identify annotation errors (curated and automated)
    1414   * allows rapid detection of incorrect mappings
    15  * Experimantal errors (mainly from legacy data where newer papers have changed viewpoint)
     15 * Experimental errors (mainly from legacy data where newer papers have changed viewpoint)
    1616 * Identify problems in the gene ontology
    1717 * Distinguish between  direct and indirect effects and refine existing annotation
     
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    2626 * Indirect upstream effects
    27    * One process acts upstream of another and if the upstream process is "broken" there is an indirect downstream effect, these are usually annotated from mutant phenotypes
     27   * One process acts upstream of another and if the upstream process is "broken" there is an indirect downstream effect, these are usually annotated from mutant phenotypes. Would the term x involved in y make sense (for example splicing involved in embroyonic development)? if not, probably the effect is indirect (I'm not sure if this is a good criteria to distinguish but it sounds as though it could be?)
    2828     * Examples:
    2929     * splicing -> cell cycle)
    3030     * add more examples
    31 (Note PomBase and SGD do not annotate these as bioloical processes, they are captures with "phenotype" annotations)
    32      * to identify these would the term x involved in b make sense (for example splicing involved in embroyonic development)
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     32Note PomBase and SGD do not annotate these as bioloical processes, they are captures with "phenotype" annotations)
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    3334
    3435 * Regulatory upstream effects