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[go-friends] Grouping GO terms according to evolutionary appearance

Michael S. Livstone livstone at genomics.princeton.edu
Thu Feb 2 07:56:14 PST 2012


Hi, Sidney.  I think you might find what you need at Protein Historian:

http://lighthouse.ucsf.edu/ProteinHistorian/

Good luck,
Mike Livstone

On Feb 2, 2012, at 7:24 AM, Susan Tweedie wrote:

> Dear Dr Cambridge
> 
> Thank you for contacting the GO consortium - sorry for the delay in getting back to you.
> 
> I don't know of a way to do this but I have cc'd my colleagues on the help desk and the GO friends list in the hope that someone may be able to help you.
> 
> However, you should bear in mind that the annotation set is still far from complete and experimentally based annotations are skewed towards a relatively small number of species. I would be wary about drawing conclusions from lack of annotation.
> 
> Best wishes,
> Susan Tweedie
> 
> 
> On 2 Feb 2012, at 2/Feb/2012 11:39:06, go-helpdesk-bounces at lists.stanford.edu wrote:
> 
>> 
>> From: Sidney Cambridge <cambridge at ana.uni-heidelberg.de>
>> Date: 31 January 2012 12:44:33 GMT
>> To: gohelp at genome.stanford.edu
>> Subject: Grouping GO terms according to evolutionary appearance
>> 
>> 
>> 
>> Hello,
>> 
>> I was wondering if there is any way to group GO biological processes according to an evolutionary timeline. I am thus looking for information that says for example, GO:123456 first appeared in unicellular eukaryotes, GO:234567 first appeared in invertebrates, GO:345678 first appeared in mammals, etc.
>> I have a few hundred GO terms that I am analyzing and it would be nice if I could quickly identify the taxonomic/evolutionary time when they first evolved in nature.
>> 
>> Is there any source out there that provides such information ?
>> 
>> Thank you very much in advance !
>> 
>> With kind regards,
>> Sidney
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