QuickGO News Archive
04 March 2011
The 'Your Terms' basket now contains a 'clear' button to quickly and easily remove all terms from your selection.
There is now the option, within the Ancestor Chart, to show the direct child terms of the term being viewed. When viewing your chosen term in the Ancestor Chart display, click on 'Display' on the right of the page and change the 'show children' option from the default 'Hide' to 'Show', click on OK and the Ancestor Chart will display all of the direct child terms for the term you are viewing.
The display of the has_part relationship in the Ancestor Chart has been adjusted to highlight that this relationship should be read in the opposite direction to the other relationships. For example, when viewing the Ancestor Chart for 'identical protein binding', you will see that the term 'protein binding trancription factor activity' has a has_part relationship to 'protein binding', indicated by a dotted purple arrow. This should be read as 'protein binding trancription factor activity' always has 'protein binding' as a part, but 'protein binding' may occur without being part of transcription factor activity. Has_part is not a transitive relationship, meaning there is NO implication that gene products annotated to 'protein binding' or 'identical protein binding', in this example, could also be correctly associated with the term 'protein binding trancription factor activity' or any of its parent terms.
QuickGO now provides links to the IntAct interaction database from GO protein complex term pages. For example, see 'septin complex' which links out to the curated protein complex in IntAct.
01 February 2011
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