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Problems with gene association files

Harold Drabkin hjd at informatics.jax.org
Fri Jun 28 13:35:10 PDT 2002


On 6/28/02 4:21 PM, "Gabriel Berriz" <gberriz at hms.harvard.edu> wrote:



>> If there is nothing known about a function, process, or component, then it is
>> important to say so; it means that someone looked
> 
> By "someone" do you mean a curator or a researcher in the field?
> 
> At MGI, it means a curator, looking through the literature on the MOUSE gene
> product available at the time. We have a triage process that covers about 400
> journals, but we can miss things.  We always welcome people pointing us to
> usable references.
> Additionally, we  may have some markers where the available references are
> only genbank records, with no papers associated with them. If a curator looks
> at them, then the annotations to unknown at least help us keep track.
>  
> 
> 

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