全部文献期刊会议图书|学者科研项目
中外文文献  中文文献  外文文献
作者:Jiajie Peng , Honggang Wang , Junya Lu ...
来源:[J].BMC Bioinformatics(IF 3.024), 2017, Vol.18 (16)
摘要:The Gene Ontology (GO) is a community-based bioinformatics resource that employs ontologies to represent biological knowledge and describes information about gene and gene product function. GO includes three independent categories: molecular function, biological process and cellu...
作者:Qing Wei , Ishita K. Khan , Ziyun Ding ...
来源:[J].BMC Bioinformatics(IF 3.024), 2017, Vol.18 (1)
摘要:... With the well-defined structure and manual curation, Gene Ontology (GO) is the most frequently used vocabulary for representing gene functions. To understand relationship and similarity between GO annotations of genes, it is important to have a convenient pipeline that quanti...
作者:Marcus C Chibucos , Candace W Collmer , Trudy Torto-Alalibo ...
来源:[J].BMC Microbiology(IF 3.104), 2009, Vol.9 (4), pp.101-108
摘要:... This mini-review will summarize the mechanisms that have evolved in diverse microbes and hosts for controlling PCD and the Gene Ontology terms developed by the Plant-Associated Microbe Gene Ontology (PAMGO) Consortium for describing those mechanisms.
作者:Hon Nian Chua , Wing-Kin Sung , Limsoon Wong
来源:[J].BMC Bioinformatics(IF 3.024), 2007, Vol.8 (Suppl 1), pp.324-328
摘要:... Here we study the use of this technique to predict functional annotations from the Gene Ontology for seven genomes: Saccharomyces cerevisiae , Drosophila melanogaster , Caenorhabditis elegans , Arabidopsis thaliana , Rattus norvegicus , Mus musculus , and Homo sapiens . Resul...
作者:Marcus C Chibucos , Brett M Tyler
来源:[J].BMC Microbiology(IF 3.104), 2009, Vol.9 (8), pp.1013-1022
摘要:... We show how Gene Ontology (GO) terms developed by the Plant-Associated Microbe Gene Ontology (PAMGO) Consortium can be used for describing commonalities in nutrient acquisition among diverse plant symbionts. Where appropriate, parallels found among animal symbionts are also h...
作者:Shaowu Meng , Trudy Torto-Alalibo , Marcus C Chibucos ...
来源:[J].BMC Microbiology(IF 3.104), 2009, Vol.9 (3), pp.767-768
摘要:... Previously, many of these common processes did not have corresponding Gene Ontology (GO) terms. For example, no GO terms existed to describe processes related to the appressorium, an important structure for infection by many fungi and oomycetes. In this mini-review, we identi...
作者:Qingwei Xu , Yixiang Shi , Qiang Lu ...
来源:[J].BMC Bioinformatics(IF 3.024), 2008, Vol.9 (5), pp.1099-1103
摘要:Abstract(#br)Background(#br)The most renowned biological ontology, Gene Ontology (GO) is widely used for annotations of genes and gene products of different organisms. However, there are shortcomings in the Resource Description Framework (RDF) data file provided by the GO consort...
作者:Trudy Torto-Alalibo , Candace W Collmer , Magdalen Lindeberg ...
来源:[J].BMC Microbiology(IF 3.104), 2009, Vol.9 (5), pp.41-60
摘要:... Others target the gene expression machinery or trigger specific modifications to host morphology or physiology that promote the nutrition and proliferation of the symbiont. When recognized by the host's surveillance machinery, which includes cognate resistance (R) gene produc...
作者:Yingwen Zhao , Guangyuan Fu , Jun Wang ...
来源:[J].Genomics(IF 3.01), 2019, Vol.111 (3), pp.334-342
摘要:Abstract(#br)Gene Ontology (GO) uses structured vocabularies (or terms) to describe the molecular functions, biological roles, and cellular locations of gene products in a hierarchical ontology. GO annotations associate genes with GO terms and indicate the given gene products car...
作者:Domenico Cozzetto , Federico Minneci , Hannah Currant ...
来源:[J].Scientific Reports(IF 2.927), 2016, Vol.6 (1), pp.25-29
摘要:... Here we present FFPred 3, which is intended for assigning Gene Ontology terms to human protein chains, when homology with characterized proteins can provide little aid. Predictions are made by scanning the input sequences against an array of Support Vector Machines (SVMs), ea...

我们正在为您处理中,这可能需要一些时间,请稍等。

资源合作:cnki.scholar@cnki.net, +86-10-82896619   意见反馈:scholar@cnki.net

×