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... mapping to KEGG 'orthology'

C. E. Crangle crangle at converspeech.com
Wed May 15 16:47:39 PDT 2002


We are also interested in this question, with a focus on text data mining
applications.

C. E. Crangle, Ph.D.
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> Second: Do you know of any attempt to map between (or even
> unify) the GO ontologies, and the 'orthology' used by KEGG?
> Here at the Institute of Systems Biology, our biologists are
> very fond of KEGG; I -- as a programmer -- am naturally
> drawn to clean design of GO, which I have used for the last year.
>
> I want to make both KEGG and GO functional classifications
> available here, and I want to use data structures and
> ontology representations which make the most sense.  If you
> have any advice for me, I'd love to hear it.
>
> Many thanks,
>
>   - Paul Shannon
>
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