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Gene Ontology Consortium http://www.geneontology.org/. Ontology (for our purposes). “an explicit specification of some topic” – Stanford Knowledge Systems Lab Includes: a vocabulary of terms (names for concepts) defined logical relationships to each

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Gene Ontology

Consortium

http://www.geneontology.org/


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Ontology (for our purposes)

  • “an explicit specification of some topic”–

    Stanford Knowledge Systems Lab

  • Includes:

    • a vocabulary of terms (names for concepts)

    • defined logical relationships to each

    • definitions


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Taction

Tactition

Tactile sense

?


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Taction

Tactition

Tactile sense

perception of touch ; GO:0050975


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What GO is not:

  • Not a way of unifying databases!

  • Not a dictated standard

  • Additional ontologies needed to model

  • biology and experimentation.

  • http://obo.sourceforge.net/


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The Three Ontologies

  • Molecular Function: elemental activity or task

  • Biological Process: broad objective or goal

  • Cellular Component: location or complex


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The Three Ontologies

  • Molecular Function: elemental activity or task

    • DNA binding, catalysis of a reaction

  • Biological Process: broad objective or goal

  • Cellular Component: location or complex


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The Three Ontologies

  • Molecular Function: elemental activity or task

    • DNA binding, catalysis of a reaction

  • Biological Process: broad objective or goal

    • mitosis, signal transduction, metabolism

  • Cellular Component: location or complex


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The Three Ontologies

  • Molecular Function: elemental activity or task

    • DNA binding, catalysis of a reaction

  • Biological Process: broad objective or goal

    • mitosis, signal transduction, metabolism

  • Cellular Component: location or complex

    • nucleus, ribosome


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What’s in a GO term?

term: transcription initiation

id: GO:0006352

definition: Processes involved in starting transcription, where transcription is the synthesis of RNA by RNA polymerases using a DNA template.


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Annotation

cytochrome c oxidase


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Where is it?

cytochrome

c oxidase

GO cellular component term:

mitochondrial inner membrane ; GO:0005743


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What does it do?

4 ferrocytochrome c + O2

=

4 ferricytochrome c + 2 H2O

GO molecular function term:

cytochrome-c oxidase activity; GO:0004497


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Which process is this?

GO biological process term:

electron transport ; GO:0006118

http://ntri.tamuk.edu/cell/mitochondrion/krebpic.html


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GO Slim


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13 May 2004:

Total terms = 17400

90% have definitions


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http://www.geneontology.org/


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http://www.godatabase.org/cgi-bin/amigo/go.cgi


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GO flatfile format

$Gene_Ontology ; GO:0003673

<biological_process ; GO:0008150

%behavior ; GO:0007610 ; synonym:behaviour

%adult behavior ; GO:0030534

%adult feeding behavior ; GO:0008343

%adult locomotory behavior ; GO:0008344

%adult walking behavior ; GO:0007628

%flight behavior ; GO:0007629

%jump response ; GO:0007630


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OBO flatfile format

[Term]

id: GO:0042174

name: negative regulation of sporulation

namespace: process

def: "Any […] sporulation." [GO:curators]

is_a: GO:0042173

[Term]

id: GO:0030121

name: AP-1 adaptor complex

namespace: component

def: "An […] network." [GO:mah]

exact_synonym: "HA1" []

is_a: GO:0030131

relationship: part_of GO:0030130


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http://obo.sourceforge.net/


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  • Conditions:

  • Open Source

  • Common shared syntax

  • Orthogonal to other ontologies

  • Unique identifier space

  • Terms defined


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Cross-products

Hill, D.P., Blake, J.A., Richardson,

J.E. and Ringwald, M. 2002.

Extension and Integration of the Gene Ontology (GO):

Combining GO vocabularies with external vocabularies.

Genome Res12: 1982-1991.


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Heart development node

-% heart development

--< heart morphogenesis

----< heart formation

----< heart structural organization

--< heart maturation


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Mus Adult Gross Anatomy

--% cardiovascular system

----< heart

-------< cardiogenic plate

-------< primitive heart tube

---------< myocardium


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Biological Process Ontology

% Biological process

--% development

---< morphogenesis

----< formation

----< structural development

---< maturation


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Cross product

% heart development

--< cardiogenic plate development

--< primitive heart tube development

----< myocardium development


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The Full cross-product

  • Generate the entire cross product of the two DAGS

  • Use biological knowledge to pick and choose

  • We would need to do a lot of culling.


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The pick-and-choose approach

Pick out anatomical terms and combine them with appropriate

developmental process terms.


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OBOLOpen Bio-Ontology Language

Chris Mungall and Suzanna Lewis,

University of California, Berkeley


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Many terms are standardized

Biosynthesis:

The formation from simpler components of…

Catabolism:

The breakdown into simpler components of…

Regulation:

Any process that modulates the frequency, rate or extent of…


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Formal Grammars

  • A rule system for

  • parsing (decomposing)

  • generating (composing)

  • sequences of symbols.


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REGULATION

regulation of

contraction

Negative regulation

Contraction

regulation of

muscle contraction

Negative regulation of

contraction

Muscle contraction

Regulation of

smooth muscle contraction

smooth muscle contraction

Negative regulation of

muscle contraction

Negative regulation of

smooth muscle contraction

A Typical Fiendishly Hard Lattice


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Contributors

FlyBase Rat Genome Database

DictyBase  WormBase

GeneDB S. pombeCompugen

Mouse Genome Database GeneDB for protozoa

Genome Knowledge Base EBI GOA project

TIGR Gramene

The Arabidopsis Information Resource

The Zebrafish Information Network

Berkeley Drosophila Genome Project

Saccharomyces Genome Database

The Institute for Genomic Research


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GO Editorial Office OBOL - BDGP Berkeley

Midori Harris Suzanna Lewis

Jane Lomax Chris Mungall

Amelia Ireland

Cross productsAmiGO - BDGP Berkeley

David Hill Suzanna Lewis

Judy Blake Bradley Marshall

Joel Richardson

Martin Ringwald


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