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Gene attributes that don't fit into process, component and function ontologies?

Fritz Roth froth at hms.harvard.edu
Thu Feb 15 12:08:34 PST 2001


Hi Go Friends,

I'm wondering if there been any effort towards extending the present gene 
ontology to capture gene attributes that don't fall into process, 
component, or function?

For instance:
%Contains an intron
  %Alternatively spliced
%Known to be silenced
  %Is silenced in a regulated fashion
%Has unusual codon usage
  %Has codon usage resembling E.coli
%Transcript is not poly-adenylated.
%Post-translationally modified
  %N-terminally acetylated
  %myristoylated

Or does this fall outside of the scope of the GO Consortium?

Thanks!
Fritz Roth
	
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