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Cite this (DBD - Slim Gene Ontology, RRID:SCR_005728)

URL: http://www.dbfordummies.com/go.asp

Resource Type: Resource, software resource, software application, data or information resource, database

Db for Dummies! is a small database that imports the Generic GO Slim. It allows data to be viewed in a tree. The Gene Ontology describes gene products in terms of their associated biological processes, cellular components and molecular functions. The Generic Slim Gene Ontology is a subset of the whole Gene Ontology. The slim version gives a broad overview and leaves out specific/fine grained terms. This example stores the slim version of the Gene Ontology (goslim_generic_obo) that can be downloaded from www.geneontology.org/GO.slims.shtml. Platform: Windows compatible

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    GOtcha

Cite this (GOtcha, RRID:SCR_005790)

URL: http://www.compbio.dundee.ac.uk/gotcha/gotcha.php

Resource Type: Resource, analysis service resource, data analysis service, service resource, production service resource

GOtcha provides a prediction of a set of GO terms that can be associated with a given query sequence. Each term is scored independently and the scores calibrated against reference searches to give an accurate percentage likelihood of correctness. These results can be displayed graphically. Why is GOtcha different to what is already out there and why should you be using it? * GOtcha uses a method where it combines information from many search hits, up to and including E-values that are normally discarded. This gives much better sensitivity than other methods. * GOtcha provides a score for each individual term, not just the leaf term or branch. This allows the discrimination between confident assignments that one would find at a more general level and the more specific terms that one would have lower confidence in. * The scores GOtcha provides are calibrated to give a real estimate of correctness. This is expressed as a percentage, giving a result that non-experts are comfortable in interpreting. * GOtcha provides graphical output that gives an overview of the confidence in, or potential alternatives for, particular GO term assignments. The tool is currently web-based; contact David Martin for details of the standalone version. Platform: Online tool

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    GenNav

Cite this (GenNav, RRID:SCR_000147)

URL: http://mor.nlm.nih.gov/perl/gennav.pl

Resource Type: Resource, analysis service resource, data analysis service, service resource, production service resource

GenNav searches GO terms and annotated gene products, and provides a graphical display of a term's position in the GO DAG. Platform: Online tool

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Cite this (SynaptomeDB, RRID:SCR_000157)

URL: http://psychiatry.igm.jhmi.edu/SynaptomeDB/

Resource Type: Resource, data or information resource, database

Ontology-based knowledgebase for synaptic genes. These genes encode components of the synapse including neurotransmitters and their receptors, adhesion / cytoskeletal proteins, scaffold proteins, transporters, and others. It integrates various and complex data sources for synaptic genes and proteins.

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Cite this (Onto-Design, RRID:SCR_000601)

URL: http://vortex.cs.wayne.edu/projects.htm#Onto-Design

Resource Type: Resource, data analysis service, production service resource, analysis service resource, database, service resource, data or information resource

Many Laboratories chose to design and print their own microarrays. At present, the choice of the genes to include on a certain microarray is a very laborious process requiring a high level of expertise. Onto-Design database is able to assist the designers of custom microarrays by providing the means to select genes based on their experiment. Design custom microarrays based on GO terms of interest. User account required. Platform: Online tool

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    GONUTS

Cite this (GONUTS, RRID:SCR_000653)

URL: http://gowiki.tamu.edu/wiki/

Resource Type: Resource, wiki, narrative resource, database, data or information resource

A wiki where users of the Gene Ontology can contribute and view notes about how specific GO terms are used. GONUTS can also be used as a GO term browser, or to search for GO annotations of specific genes from included organisms. The rationale for this wiki is based on helping new users of the gene ontology understand and use it. The GONUTS wiki is not an official product of the the Gene Ontology consortium. The GO consortium has a public wiki at their website, http://wiki.geneontology.org/. Maintaining the ontology involves many decisions to carefully choose terms and relationships. These decisions are currently made at GO meetings and via online discussion using the GO mailing lists and the Sourceforge curator request tracker. However, it is difficult for someone starting to use GO to understand these decisions. Some insight can be obtained by mining the tracker, the listservs and the minutes of GO meetings, but this is difficult, as these discussions are often dispersed and sometimes don't contain the GO accessions in the relevant messages. Wikis provide a way to create collaboratively written documentation for each GO term to explain how it should be used, how to satisfy the true path requirement, and whether an annotation should be placed at a different level. In addition, the wiki pages provide a discussion space, where users can post questions and discuss possible changes to the ontology. GONUTS is currently set up so anyone can view or search, but only registered users can edit or add pages. Currently registered users can create new users, and we are working to add at least one registered user for each participating database (So far we have registered users at EcoliHub, EcoCyc, GOA, BeeBase, SGD, dictyBase, FlyBase, WormBase, TAIR, Rat Genome Database, ZFIN, MGI, UCL and AgBase...

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Cite this (Semantic Measures Library, RRID:SCR_001383)

URL: http://www.semantic-measures-library.org

Resource Type: Resource, software resource, software toolkit, software library

Open source Java library dedicated to semantic measures computation and analysis. Tools based on the SML are also provided through the SML-Toolkit, a command line software giving access to some of the functionalities of the library. The SML and the toolkit can be used to compute semantic similarity and semantic relatedness between semantic elements (e.g. concepts, terms) or entities semantically characterized (e.g. entities defined in a semantic graph, documents annotated by concepts defined in an ontology).

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Cite this (Kidney and Urinary Pathway Knowledge Base, RRID:SCR_001746)

URL: http://datahub.io/dataset/kupkb

Resource Type: Resource, data analysis service, production service resource, analysis service resource, data set, service resource, storage service resource, data repository, data or information resource

A collection of omics datasets (mRNA, proteins and miRNA) that have been extracted from PubMed and other related renal databases, all related to kidney physiology and pathology giving KUP biologists the means to ask queries across many resources in order to aggregate knowledge that is necessary for answering biological questions. Some microarray raw datasets have also been downloaded from the Gene Expression Omnibus and analyzed by the open-source software GeneArmada. The Semantic Web technologies, together with the background knowledge from the domain's ontologies, allows both rapid conversion and integration of this knowledge base. SPARQL endpoint http://sparql.kupkb.org/sparql The KUPKB Network Explorer will help you visualize the relationships among molecules stored in the KUPKB. A simple spreadsheet template is available for users to submit data to the KUPKB. It aims to capture a minimal amount of information about the experiment and the observations made.

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Cite this (MEME Suite - Motif-based sequence analysis tools, RRID:SCR_001783)

URL: http://meme-suite.org/

Resource Type: Resource, source code, data analysis service, data analysis software, data processing software, production service resource, analysis service resource, software application, database, service resource, software resource, data or information resource

Suite of motif-based sequence analysis tools to discover motifs using MEME, DREME (DNA only) or GLAM2 on groups of related DNA or protein sequences; search sequence databases with motifs using MAST, FIMO, MCAST or GLAM2SCAN; compare a motif to all motifs in a database of motifs; associate motifs with Gene Ontology terms via their putative target genes, and analyze motif enrichment using SpaMo or CentriMo. Source code, binaries and a web server are freely available for noncommercial use.

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    pSTIING

Cite this (pSTIING, RRID:SCR_002045)

URL: http://pstiing.icr.ac.uk/

Resource Type: Resource, data or information resource, database

A publicly accessible knowledgebase about protein-protein, protein-lipid, protein-small molecules, ligand-receptor interactions, receptor-cell type information, transcriptional regulatory and signal transduction modules relevant to inflammation, cell migration and tumourigenesis. It integrates in-house curated information from the literature, biochemical experiments, functional assays and in vivo studies, with publicly available information from multiple and diverse sources across human, rat, mouse, fly, worm and yeast. The knowledgebase allowing users to search and to dynamically generate visual representations of protein-protein interactions and transcriptional regulatory networks. Signalling and transcriptional modules can also be displayed singly or in combination. This allow users to identify important "cross-talks" between signalling modules via connections with key components or "hubs". The knowledgebase will facilitate a "systems-wide" understanding across many protein, signalling and transcriptional regulatory networks triggered by multiple environmental cues, and also serve as a platform for future efforts to computationally and mathematically model the system behavior of inflammatory processes and tumourigenesis.

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Cite this ( GeneSpeed- A Database of Unigene Domain Organization , RRID:SCR_002779)

URL: http://genespeed.ccf.org/home/

Resource Type: Resource, data analysis service, resource, production service resource, analysis service resource, database, service resource, data or information resource

THIS RESOURCE IS NO LONGER IN SERVICE, documented on July 16, 2013. Database and customized tools to study the PFAM protein domain content of the transcriptome for all expressed genes of Homo sapiens, Mus musculus, Drosophila melanogaster, and Caenorhabditis elegans tethered to both a genomics array repository database and a range of external information resources. GeneSpeed has merged information from several existing data sets including the Gene Ontology Consortium, InterPro, Pfam, Unigene, as well as micro-array datasets. GeneSpeed is a database of PFAM domain homology contained within Unigene. Because Unigene is a non-redundant dbEST database, this provides a wide encompassing overview of the domain content of the expressed transcriptome. We have structured the GeneSpeed Database to include a rich toolset allowing the investigator to study all domain homology, no matter how remote. As a result, homology cutoff score decisions are determined by the scientist, not by a computer algorithm. This quality is one of the novel defining features of the GeneSpeed database giving the user complete control of database content. In addition to a domain content toolset, GeneSpeed provides an assortment of links to external databases, a unique and manually curated Transcription Factor Classification list, as well as links to our newly evolving GeneSpeed BetaCell Database. GeneSpeed BetaCell is a micro-array depository combined with custom array analysis tools created with an emphasis around the meta analysis of developmental time series micro-array datasets and their significance in pancreatic beta cells.

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Cite this (Centre for Modeling Human Disease Gene Trap Resource, RRID:SCR_002785)

URL: http://www.cmhd.ca/genetrap/

Resource Type: Resource, service resource, production service resource, biomaterial manufacture, material service resource

Generate gene trap insertions using mutagenic polyA trap vectors, followed by sequence tagging to develop a library of mutagenized ES cells freely available to the scientific community. This library is searchable by sequence or key word searches including gene name or symbol, chromosome location, or Gene Ontology (GO) terms. In addition,they offer a custom email alert service in which researchers are able to submit search criteria. Researchers will receive automated e-mail notification of matching gene trap clones as they are entered into the library and database. The resource features the use of complementary second and third generation polyA trap vectors developed by the Stanford lab and the laboratory of Professor Yasumasa Ishida of the Nara Institute of Science and Technology (NAIST) in Japan to mutagenize murine embryonic stem (ES) cells. CMHD gene trap clones are distributed by the Canadian Mouse Mutant Repository(CMMR). Information about ordering, services, and pricing can be found on their web site (http://www.cmmr.ca/services/index.html).

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    BioPerl

Cite this (BioPerl, RRID:SCR_002989)

URL: http://www.bioperl.org

Resource Type: Resource, wiki, source code, narrative resource, software repository, software resource, software toolkit, data or information resource

BioPerl is a community effort to produce Perl code which is useful in biology. This toolkit of perl modules is useful in building bioinformatics solutions in Perl. It is built in an object-oriented manner so that many modules depend on each other to achieve a task. The collection of modules in the bioperl-live repository consist of the core of the functionality of bioperl. Additionally auxiliary modules for creating graphical interfaces (bioperl-gui), persistent storage in RDMBS (bioperl-db), running and parsing the results from hundreds of bioinformatics applications (Run package), software to automate bioinformatic analyses (bioperl-pipeline) are all available as Git modules in our repository. The BioPerl toolkit provides a library of hundreds of routines for processing sequence, annotation, alignment, and sequence analysis reports. It often serves as a bridge between different computational biology applications assisting the user to construct analysis pipelines. This chapter illustrates how BioPerl facilitates tasks such as writing scripts summarizing information from BLAST reports or extracting key annotation details from a GenBank sequence record. BioPerl includes modules written by Sohel Merchant of the GO Consortium for parsing and manipulating OBO ontologies. Platform: Windows compatible, Mac OS X compatible, Linux compatible, Unix compatible

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Cite this (Cotton EST Database, RRID:SCR_003301)

URL: http://150.216.56.64/index.php

Resource Type: Resource, data or information resource, database

Database platform for cotton expressed sequence tag (EST)-related information, covering assembled contigs, function annotation, analysis of GO and KEGG, SNP, miRNA, SSR-related marker information.

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    INMEX

Cite this (INMEX, RRID:SCR_004173)

URL: http://www.inmex.ca./INMEX/

Resource Type: Resource, analysis service resource, data analysis service, service resource, production service resource

A web-based tool to support meta-analysis of multiple gene-expression data sets, as well as to enable integration of data sets from gene expression and metabolomics experiments. INMEX contains three functional modules. The data preparation module supports flexible data processing, annotation and visualization of individual data sets. The statistical analysis module allows researchers to combine multiple data sets based on P-values, effect sizes, rank orders and other features. The significant genes can be examined in functional analysis module for enriched Gene Ontology terms or Kyoto Encyclopedia of Genes and Genomes (KEGG) pathways, or expression profile visualization. INMEX has built-in support for common gene/metabolite identifiers (IDs), as well as 45 popular microarray platforms for human, mouse and rat. Complex operations are performed through a user-friendly web interface in a step-by-step manner.

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    EBIMed

Cite this (EBIMed, RRID:SCR_005314)

URL: http://www.ebi.ac.uk/Rebholz-srv/ebimed/

Resource Type: Resource, service resource

A web application that combines Information Retrieval and Extraction from Medline. EBIMed finds Medline abstracts in the same way PubMed does. Then it goes a step beyond and analyses them to offer a complete overview on associations between UniProt protein/gene names, GO annotations, Drugs and Species. The results are shown in a table that displays all the associations and links to the sentences that support them and to the original abstracts. By selecting relevant sentences and highlighting the biomedical terminology EBIMed enhances your ability to acquire knowledge, relate facts, discover implications and, overall, have a good overview economizing the effort in reading.

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Cite this (Onto-Compare, RRID:SCR_005669)

URL: http://vortex.cs.wayne.edu/projects.htm#Onto-Compare

Resource Type: Resource, data analysis service, production service resource, analysis service resource, database, service resource, data or information resource

Microarrays are at the center of a revolution in biotechnology, allowing researchers to screen tens of thousands of genes simultaneously. Typically, they have been used in exploratory research to help formulate hypotheses. In most cases, this phase is followed by a more focused, hypothesis driven stage in which certain specific biological processes and pathways are thought to be involved. Since a single biological process can still involve hundreds of genes, microarrays are still the preferred approach as proven by the availability of focused arrays from several manufacturers. Since focused arrays from different manufacturers use different sets of genes, each array will represent any given regulatory pathway to a different extent. We argue that a functional analysis of the arrays available should be the most important criterion used in the array selection. We developed Onto-Compare as a database that can provide this functionality, based on the GO nomenclature. Compare commercially available microarrays based on GO. User account required. Platform: Online tool

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Cite this (Gene Ontology Browsing Utility (GOBU), RRID:SCR_005662)

URL: http://bc02.iis.sinica.edu.tw/gobu/manual/index.html

Resource Type: Resource, software resource, source code

Gene Ontology Browsing Utility (GOBU) (GOBU) is a Java-based software program for integrating biological annotation catalogs under an extendable software architecture. Users may interact with the Gene Ontology and user-defined hierarchy data of genes, and then use its plugins to (and not limited to) (1) browse the GO hierarchy with user defined data, (2) browse GO-oriented expression levels in the user data, (3) compute GO enrichment, and/or (4) customize data reporting. A set of classes and utility functions has been established so that a customized program can be made as a plugin or a command-line tool that programmically manipulate the Gene Ontology and specified user data. See the source code repository for examples. Reference Lin WD, Chen YC, Ho JM, Hsiao CD. GOBU: Toward an Integration Interface for Biological Objects. Journal of Information Science and Engineering. 2006 22(1):19-29. Platform: Windows compatible, Mac OS X compatible, Linux compatible, Unix compatible

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Cite this (GeneTools, RRID:SCR_005663)

URL: http://www.genetools.us

Resource Type: Resource, data analysis service, bibliography, production service resource, analysis service resource, topical portal, text mining tool, service resource, portal, data or information resource

GeneTools is a collection of web-based tools that brings together information from a broad range of resources, and provides this in a manner particularly useful for genome-wide analyses. Today, the two main tools connected to this database are the NMC Annotation Database V2.0 and eGOn V2.0 (explore Gene Ontology). The NMC Annotation Database V2.0 provides information from UniGene, EntrezGene, SwissProt and Gene Ontology (GO). Major features are: * Single search/Batch search, extraction of data for single or batches of genes. * Manage reporter lists: in folders and share selected lists with other users. * Manual GO Annotation: add your own Gene Ontology (GO) annotations to genes of interest. * Export: to Excel, text or XML format. eGOn V2.0 facilitates interpretation of GO annotation. GO terms are retrieved in batch modus from EntrezGene and the GO database and displayed in the GO directed acyclic hierarchical graph (DAG). Essential features of eGOn V2.0 are: * Visualization: gene annotations are visualized in the GO DAG or as a table view. The granularity of the GO DAG can be edited freely by the user. * Filtering: GO annotations can be filtered on evidence codes. * Include user defined GO annotations: previously added to the Annotation database. * Statistical analysis: Several gene lists are analyzed simultaneously to compare the distribution of the annotated genes over the GO hierarchy. Statistical tests are implemented to allow the user to compute GO annotation dissimilarity within or between gene lists. * Connection to Annotation database: Links to Annotation database gene and protein information are offered directly from the GO DAG or in exported data. * Export: GO DAG information, statistical results and gene and protein information can be exported in excel, text or XML format. Platform: Online tool

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Cite this (Onto-Express, RRID:SCR_005670)

URL: http://vortex.cs.wayne.edu/projects.htm#Onto-Express

Resource Type: Resource, data analysis service, database, analysis service resource, production service resource, service resource, data or information resource

The typical result of a microarray experiment is a list of tens or hundreds of genes found to be differentially regulated in the condition under study. Independently of the methods used to select these genes, the common task faced by any researcher is to translate these lists of genes into a better understanding of the biological phenomena involved. Currently, this is done through a tedious combination of searches through the literature and a number of public databases. We developed Onto-Express (OE) as a novel tool able to automatically translate such lists of differentially regulated genes into functional profiles characterizing the impact of the condition studied. OE constructs functional profiles (using Gene Ontology terms) for the following categories: biochemical function, biological process, cellular role, cellular component, molecular function and chromosome location. Statistical significance values are calculated for each category. We demonstrated the validity and the utility of this comprehensive global analysis of gene function by analyzing two breast cancer data sets from two separate laboratories. OE was able to identify correctly all biological processes postulated by the original authors, as well as discover novel relevant mechanisms (Draghici et.al, Genomics, 81(2), 2003). Other results obtained with Onto-Express can be found in Khatri et.al., Genomics. 79(2), 2002. Custom level of abstraction of the Gene Ontology. User account required. Platform: Online tool

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