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mapping to KEGG 'orthology'
Michael Ashburner (Genetics)
ma11 at gen.cam.ac.uk
Wed May 29 06:36:24 PDT 2002
Sorry, I never got back to you on this. Yes ! please tell me more about yr work
in this area.
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From: Paul Shannon <pshannon at systemsbiology.org>
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Subject: Re: mapping to KEGG 'orthology'
In response to my question last week
> Do you know of any attempt to map between (or even
> unify) the GO ontologies, and the 'orthology' used by KEGG?
> Late last year I had some discussions with KEGG about
> this. I think we should do this - map KEGG and GO and I
> am now stimulated by your email to take this further.
If you have a moment free, ccould you tell me a little more?
Perhaps I could contribute a little bit to the effort. Or,
at the very least, knowing something of your approach
may help me to avoid bad ideas as I put together a partial
and ad hoc mapping of KEGG to GO in order to solve my
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