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Stefan Goetz stefang at
Wed Sep 13 08:40:18 PDT 2006

Hello Roberta!
If I got you right, Blast2GO is exactly THE tool for you!
Blast2GO has many input formats to do analysis (and graphs). You can
just change your data-file-name extension to ".annot" and import it to
Have also a look at our website (screenshots, tutorial, etc ...).
You are also most welcome to contact us in case of any further doubt.
All the best, Stefan Götz

 | Stefan Götz - stefang(at)                      |
 | IBM - Biomedical Informatics, Bioinformatics Area        |
 | BET - Bioengineering, Electronics and Telemedicine Group |
 | UPV - Politechnical University of Valencia - Spain       |

-----Original Message-----
From: owner-gofriends at
[mailto:owner-gofriends at] On Behalf Of Roberta Scott
Sent: Wednesday, September 13, 2006 4:28 PM
To: gofriends at
Subject: enquiry


I was just wondering, I have assigned a gene ontology to an unpublished
sequence. To do this I downloaded it's closest relatives from Integr8,
blasted the unpublished sequence against each of them and made an
assignment based on sequence similarity. Mainly I wanted to do this to
compare the unknown sequence to it's closest neighbours. I used a MySQL
database to complete the assignments. 

I would like to make a DAG of the gene ontology of the unpublished
sequence, however, most of the software available seems to be for
assignments made using software such as Blast2GO. My data is in the

Protein GT1           GO:0003677
Protein GT1           GO:0009832
Protein GT2           GO:0779088
Protein GT2           GO:0000002

Is it suitable to make a graph of this kind of data, or is there no
software available, 

Thank you for your time and consideration,

Roberta Scott (University of Ulster). 

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