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Arne.Muller at aventis.com Arne.Muller at aventis.com
Thu Jun 26 15:06:10 PDT 2003


Hello,
 
Yes, I fully understand that efforts are concentrated on the 3 GO categories
themselfs at the moment. Lets keep things as simple as possible at this
moment in time.

	regards,

	Arne

> 
> Hi Arne,
> 
> It was an early decision of the GO group that we would not formally 
> represent the relationships between function and process.  We 
> understand 
> that we can organize a set of functions in time and space and 
> describe a 
> process.  However, for practical purposes, we are focused on the 
> development of the separate categories of molecular function 
> and biological 
> process.  We still have a lot of work to do in that area and are 
> concentrating our efforts there.
> 
> I agree with both Midori and Evelyn in that 1) following the 
> curation for 
> your set of gene products will generate instances of 
> relationship between 
> function and process and 2) that there are tools that suggest 
> relationships 
> based on existing curations.  I hope these will be useful to you.
> 
> Judy
> 
> 
> 
> At 11:44 AM 6/26/2003, Arne.Muller at aventis.com wrote:
> >Hello,
> >
> >I guess in theory biological process, molecular function and celluar
> >comartment are disjoint entities, they should be 
> independant. In practive off
> >course they are not. I think I'd be a good idea to develop 
> such a link
> >between the three catgories.
> >
> >I think at the moment you cannot link the function to the 
> process, but if you
> >have a gene product you could just get the function AND the process.
> >
> >         Arne
> >
> > >
> > > Hi,
> > >
> > > Given a function, how do I find out what biological 
> processes it is
> > > associated to?  I tried GO ID or key word descriptions of
> > > this function on
> > > those web tools listed on GO website and they didn't seem to work.
> > >
> > > Thanks.
> > >
> > > Ronglin Wang
> > > Syngenta
> > >
> > >
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