Gene Ontology annotation at SGD
figureposted on 2011-12-30, 15:38 authored by Jodi E. Hirschman, Rama Balakrishnan, Karen R. Christie, Maria C. Costanzo, Selina S. Dwight, Stacia R. Engel, Dianna G. Fisk, Eurie L. Hong, Michael S. Livstone, Robert Nash, Julie Park, Rose Oughtred, Marek Skrzypek, Barry Starr, Chandra L. Theesfeld, Jennifer Williams, Rey Andrada, Gail Binkley, Qing Dong, Christopher Lane, Stuart Miyasato, Anand Sethuraman, Mark Schroeder, Mayank K. Thanawala, Shuai Weng, Kara Dolinski, David Botstein, J. Michael Cherry
Taken from "Genome Snapshot: a new resource at the Genome Database (SGD) presenting an overview of the genome"
Nucleic Acids Research 2005;34(Database issue):D442-D445.
Published online 28 Dec 2005
© The Author 2006. Published by Oxford University Press. All rights reserved() Summary of GO annotations (). The column, ‘Total Number of Annotations’, refers to the total number of gene products (protein and RNA gene products) currently annotated to one or more terms (other than ‘unknown’) in each of the three GO ontologies: Biological Process, Molecular Function and Cellular Component. The number of gene products annotated to ‘unknown’ for any ontology is provided in the second column. The third column offers links to the graphs shown in . () Distribution of gene products by process, function and component (). Shown are percentages of gene products annotated to a specific term that maps up the ontology to a yeast GO Slim term. The yeast GO Slim is a high-level subset of GO terms that allows grouping of genes into broad categories (see text for details). Annotations to ‘unknown’ are excluded. (Note that the Cellular Component graph is not shown.)