Property information


curator note

The domain and range of this relation include entities such as: information-bearing macromolecules such as DNA, or regions of these molecules; abstract information entities encoded as a linear sequence including text, abstract DNA sequences; Sequence features, entities that have a sequence or sequences. Note that these entities are not necessarily contiguous - for example, the mereological sum of exons on a genome of a particular gene.

Do not use this relation directly. It is ended as a grouping for a diverse set of relations, all involving cause and effect.


A relation that holds between two entities that have the property of being sequences or having sequences.

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term editor

Chris Mungall

Property relations