Track a Gene

Select the species of interest:
  • Arabidopsis
  • Dictyostelium
  • Fruit fly
  • Human
  • Mouse
  • Rat
  • Roundworm
  • Yeast
  • Zebrafish
Write the gene symbol to visualize:
Ancestor Chart
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The term this annotation is from (can be a descendant term if this annotation is inferred).

<Click> on to view the term's QuickGO entry.

<Click> on to view the term's ancestry chart, NOTE: we do not propagate across aspects whereas QuickGo does.

Flags that modify the interpretation of an annotation.

See http://geneontology.org/page/go-qualifiers

Evidence code to indicate how the annotation to a particular term is supported. Note: Out of all the evidence codes available, only Inferred from Electronic Annotation (IEA) is not assigned by a curator.

See http://geneontology.org/page/guide-go-evidence-codes for more details.

Automatic: Assigned by automated methods, not assigned by curators (IEA).

Author: Annotation was made on the basis of a statement made by the author(s).

Computational: Annotation is based on an in silico analysis of the gene sequence and/or other data.

Curatorial: Annotation made on the basis of a curatorial judgement that does not fit into one of the other evidence code classifications.

Experimental: Results from a physical characterization of a gene or gene product that has supported the association of a GO term.

High Throughput: Annotations based upon high throughput methodologies.

See http://www.geneontology.org/page/guide-go-evidence-codes for more details.

FromQualifierEvidenceCategoryReference
No annotations found with given criteria

<Click> on to view the annotations associated with this term.

Gene Ontology ID

<Click> on to view the term's QuickGO entry.

<Click> on to view the term's ancestry chart, NOTE: we do not propagate across aspects whereas QuickGo does.

: Term has one or more curated annotations.

: Term only has uncurated annotations.

Blank will only occur during edition comparison. It implies the term only exists in one or more comparison editions and not the selected one.

: Term is directly annotated in selected edition.

: Annotation is inferred from a descendant term in selected edition.

Blank will only occur during edition comparison. It implies the term only exists in one or more comparison editions and not the selected one.

<Click> or <Ctrl/Command/Shift> + <Click> to select rows.

<Click> to view the annotation history of the selected GO terms (or all terms if none are selected). Shows annotations counts to this gene split by evidence code category.

<Click> to view the combined ancestors graph of the selected GO terms.

Description:

The annotation plot shows distinct counts of both direct and inferred GO annotations associated with this gene. A distinct annotation is defined as being both unique in GO Term and Evidence.

Legend Descriptions:

Direct Annotation Count: Distinct count of directly applied annotations.

Inferred Annotation Count: Distinct count of directly applied annotations as well as their GO ancestors. Example: A gene directly annotated with directional locomotion is also implicitly annotated with its parents (locomotion).

Controls:

<Click> any edition to view the annotations at that point in time in the right panel.

<Ctrl/Command> + <Click> any edition to compare the annotations at that point in time to the currently selected edition. This is done through coloured tags on each GO annotation. If a tag is present it means the annotation existed in some form in the edition that colour represents.

<Ctrl/Command> + <Shift> + <Click> will let you compare up to four editions at once.

<Click> a legend item to toggle that series.

<Ctrl/Command> + <Click> a legend item to show only that series.

Description:

The similarity plot shows the semantic similarity of the set of annotated GO terms from previous dates as compared to the most current set. Semantic similarity is measured using the Jaccard Index.

Legend Descriptions:

Direct: Similarity of directly annotated GO terms.

Inferred: Similarity of directly annotated GO terms as well as their ancestors.

Controls:

<Click> any edition to view the annotations at that point in time in the right panel.

<Ctrl/Command> + <Click> any edition to compare the annotations at that point in time to the currently selected edition. This is done through coloured tags on each GO annotation. If a tag is present it means the annotation existed in some form in the edition that colour represents.

<Ctrl/Command> + <Shift> + <Click> will let you compare up to four editions at once.

<Click> a legend item to toggle that series.

<Ctrl/Command> + <Click> a legend item to show only that series.

Description:

The multifunctionality plot shows the multifunctionality of the selected gene. Gene multifunctionality is measured as per Gillis J, Pavlidis P (2011) The Impact of Multifunctional Genes on "Guilt by Association" Analysis.

Legend Descriptions:

Multifunctionality: A measure of the number of functions a gene is involved in. For a more precise definition, see Gillis and Pavlidis, 2011.

Controls:

<Click> any edition to view the annotations at that point in time in the right panel.

<Ctrl/Command> + <Click> any edition to compare the annotations at that point in time to the currently selected edition. This is done through coloured tags on each GO annotation. If a tag is present it means the annotation existed in some form in the edition that colour represents.

<Ctrl/Command> + <Shift> + <Click> will let you compare up to four editions at once.

<Click> a legend item to toggle that series.

<Ctrl/Command> + <Click> a legend item to show only that series.

Description:

Annotation History shows per evidence category counts of annotations made with the selected term(s).

Legend Descriptions:

See http://www.geneontology.org/page/guide-go-evidence-codes for more details.

Author: Annotation was made on the basis of a statement made by the author(s).

Automatic: Assigned by automated methods, not assigned by curators (IEA).

Computational: Annotation is based on an in silico analysis of the gene sequence and/or other data.

Curatorial: Annotation made on the basis of a curatorial judgement that does not fit into one of the other evidence code classifications.

Experimental: Results from a physical characterization of a gene or gene product that has supported the association of a GO term.

High Throughput: Annotations based upon high throughput methodologies.

Controls:

<Click> a legend item to toggle that series.

<Ctrl/Command> + <Click> a legend item to show only that series.

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