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TIGR database annotations to GO

Gwinn, Michelle L. MLGwinn at
Mon Mar 22 12:24:19 PST 2004

Hello Anand,

Currently, TIGR has manual GO annotation for 6 bacterial genomes (V. cholerae, S. oneidensis, B. anthracis, G. sulfurreducens, P. syringae, and C. burnetii) and two eukaryotes (Arabidopsis thaliana, and Trypanosoma brucei). In addition, automated annotation has been done to ESTs from several species and is found in the TIGR Gene index file.

I have not looked at the TIGR data in the GO database and am not familiar with how it is stored in there.  But each association file has source database (for example "TIGR_CMR" for the bacterial data) and NCBI taxon id for the species.  I assume that this is contained in the db as well.

If you have further questions please let me know.


Michelle Gwinn
Microbial Annotation

-----Original Message-----
From:	Anand Kumar [mailto:anand.kumar at]
Sent:	Mon 3/22/2004 11:41 AM
To:	Gwinn, Michelle L.
Cc:	go-database at; gofriends at
Subject:	TIGR database annotations to GO


I am using annotations of TIGR gene products present within the association table of GO to find association between GO terms. 
Can someone please send me a write-up in few lines which describes which kinds of gene products present within TIGR databases are present within association table of GO database. 

Is someone doing a related work? 

Kind Regards, 

Anand Kumar MBBS, PhD
Faculty of Medicine
University of Leipzig
Härtelstraße 16-18
04107 Leipzig

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