The Gene Ontology: Enhancements for 2011

J. A. Blake, M. Dolan, H. Drabkin, D. P. Hill, L. Ni, D. Sitnikov, S. Burgess, T. Buza, C. Gresham, F. McCarthy, L. Pillai, H. Wang, S. Carbon, S. E. Lewis, C. J. Mungall, P. Gaudet, R. L. Chisholm, P. Fey, W. A. Kibbe, S. BasuD. A. Siegele, B. K. McIntosh, D. P. Renfro, A. E. Zweifel, J. C. Hu, N. H. Brown, S. Tweedie, Y. Alam-Faruque, R. Apweiler, A. Auchinchloss, K. Axelsen, G. Argoud-Puy, B. Bely, M. C. Blatter, L. Bougueleret, E. Boutet, S. Branconi-Quintaje, L. Breuza, A. Bridge, P. Browne, W. M. Chan, E. Coudert, I. Cusin, E. Dimmer, P. Duek-Roggli, R. Eberhardt, A. Estreicher, L. Famiglietti, S. Ferro-Rojas, M. Feuermann, M. Gardner, A. Gos, N. Gruaz-Gumowski, U. Hinz, C. Hulo, R. Huntley, J. James, S. Jimenez, F. Jungo, G. Keller, K. Laiho, D. Legge, P. Lemercier, D. Lieberherr, M. Magrane, M. J. Martin, P. Masson, M. Moinat, C. O'Donovan, I. Pedruzzi, K. Pichler, D. Poggioli, P. Porras Millán, S. Poux, C. Rivoire, B. Roechert, T. Sawford, M. Schneider, H. Sehra, E. Stanley, A. Stutz, S. Sundaram, M. Tognolli, I. Xenarios, R. Foulger, J. Lomax, P. Roncaglia, E. Camon, V. K. Khodiyar, R. C. Lovering, P. J. Talmud, M. Chibucos, M. Gwinn Giglio, K. Dolinski, S. Heinicke, M. S. Livstone, R. Stephan, M. A. Harris, S. G. Oliver, K. Rutherford, V. Wood, J. Bahler, A. Lock, P. J. Kersey, M. D. McDowall, D. M. Staines, M. Dwinell, M. Shimoyama, S. Laulederkind, T. Hayman, S. J. Wang, V. Petri, T. Lowry, P. D'Eustachio, L. Matthews, C. D. Amundsen, R. Balakrishnan, G. Binkley, J. M. Cherry, K. R. Christie, M. C. Costanzo, S. S. Dwight, S. R. Engel, D. G. Fisk, J. E. Hirschman, B. C. Hitz, E. L. Hong, K. Karra, C. J. Krieger, S. R. Miyasato, R. S. Nash, J. Park, M. S. Skrzypek, S. Weng, E. D. Wong, T. Z. Berardini, D. Li, E. Huala, D. Slonim, H. Wick, P. Thomas, J. Chan, R. Kishore, P. Sternberg, K. Van Auken, D. Howe, M. Westerfield

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Abstract

The Gene Ontology (GO) (http://www.geneontology .org) is a community bioinformatics resource that represents gene product function through the use of structured, controlled vocabularies. The number of GO annotations of gene products has increased due to curation efforts among GO Consortium (GOC) groups, including focused literature-based annotation and ortholog-based functional inference. The GO ontologies continue to expand and improve as a result of targeted ontology development, including the introduction of computable logical definitions and development of new tools for the streamlined addition of terms to the ontology. The GOC continues to support its user community through the use of e-mail lists, social media and web-based resources.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)D559-D564
JournalNucleic acids research
Volume40
Issue numberD1
DOIs
StatePublished - Jan 1 2012

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Blake, J. A., Dolan, M., Drabkin, H., Hill, D. P., Ni, L., Sitnikov, D., Burgess, S., Buza, T., Gresham, C., McCarthy, F., Pillai, L., Wang, H., Carbon, S., Lewis, S. E., Mungall, C. J., Gaudet, P., Chisholm, R. L., Fey, P., Kibbe, W. A., ... Westerfield, M. (2012). The Gene Ontology: Enhancements for 2011. Nucleic acids research, 40(D1), D559-D564. https://doi.org/10.1093/nar/gkr1028