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eVOC expression ontologies data update
janet at sanbi.ac.za
Fri Dec 19 06:38:19 PST 2003
SANBI, in collaboration with Electric Genetics announces the
availability of eVOC v1.4, a controlled vocabulary for describing the
source of samples used in gene expression experiments.
The ontologies are incorporated into the Ensembl Datamart, EnsMart,
(http://www.ensembl.org/EnsMart/) and will continue to be released in
synch with ENSmart.
Both the ontologies and the ontology-annotated cDNA libraries, with
associated ESTs, can be retrieved from http://www.sanbi.ac.za/evoc/.
Users are encouraged to use the eVOC ontologies and to modify and adapt
them as required for their own research.
Comments, questions about, and contributions to eVOC can be posted to
the eVOC mailing list - evoc at sanbi.ac.za
The four orthogonal controlled vocabularies for describing the sample
source of materials used in gene expression experiments have been
updated and expanded.
A total of 8258 human cDNA libraries (Genbank freeze 138: 10 December
2003) have been curated and annotated with eVOC terms across all four
Kelso J et al. eVOC: a controlled vocabulary for unifying gene
expression data. Genome Res. 2003 Jun;13(6A):1222-30.
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