Submitted by Paola Roncaglia on Wed, 09/24/2014 - 01:45
As of today (Sept. 24th 2014), GO contains 40,000 live, non-obsolete terms.
The count per ontology branch is:
26584 BP (Biological Process) terms, 9810 MF (Molecular Function) terms, 3606 CC (Cellular Component) terms.
Submitted by Rama Balakrishnan on Tue, 09/23/2014 - 11:48
As noted by Dr. Pavlidis in TheScientist, concerns associated with the Meyer-Lindenberg et al. paper in regards to data processing have properly led to the paper being retracted. We want to avoid any inappropriate over-generalization of the issues that led to the retraction of this paper. It is irrelevant whether the Gene Ontology annotations used in the analysis were old, as the data problem occurred upstream of any GO enrichment testing.
Submitted by Rachael Huntley on Mon, 06/30/2014 - 09:27
The Gene Ontology Consortium would like to announce its latest publication describing the introduction of annotation extensions.
Annotation extensions represent effector–target relationships such as localization dependencies, substrates of protein modifiers and regulation targets of signaling pathways and transcription factors as well as spatial and temporal aspects of processes such as cell or tissue type or developmental stage.
Submitted by Chris Mungall on Tue, 06/24/2014 - 13:36
A new GO Consortium paper in PlosOne describes the collaboration between the renal biomedical research community and the GO Consortium to improve the representation of renal development in both the ontology and the annotation dataset.
Submitted by Chris Mungall on Thu, 03/13/2014 - 11:12
Are you the developer of an enrichment analysis tool, or the do you have a website that makes use of enrichment algorithms? If so, we would like you hear comments on our proposed enrichment analysis API.
The goal is to be able to hook in 3rd party services to the main GO website. The diagram above illustrates the flow.
Submitted by Seth Carbon on Wed, 03/12/2014 - 17:05
We are happy to announce the imminent public release of AmiGO 2, the next generation AmiGO browser for the Gene Ontology and annotations. This release brings many new features to AmiGO, including tremendous speed improvements and greatly improved search functionality. It will be available from tomorrow at the usual place: http://amigo.geneontology.org.