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[go-friends] [go] Alert: Proposal to obsolete GO:0004158, : term that impacts existing annotation

Dr Midori A. Harris mah79 at cam.ac.uk
Fri May 9 01:56:26 PDT 2014


The PomBase annotation will go away when the InterPro2go mapping is 
deleted, so it's all fine with us.

Midori

On Thu, 8 May 2014, Harold Drabkin wrote:

> The term GO:0004158, dihydroorotate oxidase I,( Catalysis of the reaction: (S)-dihydroorotate + O(2) = H(2)O(2) +orotate.), which was mapped to EC 1.3.3.1 , is scheduled to be made obsolete.
> EC has determined that this reaction in fact does not exist. They have withdrawn EC 1.3.3.1.
>
> There are currently 65 total annotations directly to this term.
> IDA: 1
> 1, RGD to Dhodh
> ISS: 21:
> 1MGI,  1 UniProtKB, one JCVI_CMR, and the remaining TIGR_CMR.
> IEA: 41;
> 21 UniProtKB, 2 Flybase, 1 MGI, 10 CGD, 1 AspGD, 2 Zfin, 1 RGD, 1 SGD, 1 Pombe, 1 dictybase
>
> All mappings to EC2GO, IP2GO, and SP_KW2GO should be removed. The term has a mapping in IP2GO (hence the IEAs); It is used in the catalytic slim subset (and thus will be removed).
>
> Note: If fumarate is not shown to be nvolved, you may want to consider GO:0004152, dihydroorotate dehydrogenase activity (parent term); if the reaction involves fumarate, then use GO:0052888 dihydroorotate oxidase (fumarate) activity
>
> See SF 10770 for details. http://sourceforge.net/p/geneontology/ontology-requests/10770/
>
> The deadline for comments is 5/20/14  If we hear nothing, the obsoletion goes ahead --
>
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