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Draft evidence code ontology

Midori Harris midori at
Fri Feb 27 02:41:39 PST 2004


> 4. There are several evidence codes under 'inferred from direct
> assay', which I think should not be, and should be moved up a level.
> inferred from genetic interaction
> inferred from mutant phenotype
> inferred sequence similarity
> inferred from expression pattern

I agree with Becky here -- at least in the context of GO annotation, we
interpret 'direct assay' to mean one that provides 'direct evidence for
the particular function/process/component the GO term represents' (not
just direct assay of the phenotype, expression pattern, etc.).


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