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Application of Global Transcriptome Data in Gene Ontology Classification and Construction of a Gene Ontology Interaction Network

bioRxiv

May 8, 2014

Mario FruzangoharDavid L Adelson

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Gene Ontology (GO) classification of statistically significant over/under expressed genes is a commonly used to interpret transcriptomics data in functional genomic analysis. In this approach, all significant genes contribute equally to the final GO classification regardless of their ac...read more

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Application of Global Transcriptome Data in Gene Ontology Classification and Construction of a Gene Ontology Interaction Network

bioRxiv

May 8, 2014

Mario FruzangoharDavid L Adelson

PMID: 990004911

DOI: 10.1101/004911

Abstract

Gene Ontology (GO) classification of statistically significant over/under expressed genes is a commonly used to interpret transcriptomics data in functional genomic analysis. In this approach, all significant genes contribute equally to the final GO classification regardless of their ac...read more

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Protein Function
Gene Regulatory Networks
Physiological Processes
Graphene
Transcriptome
Pathogenic Aspects
Classification
Pathogenesis
Comparative Genomic Analysis
Genomics
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