Salomon Garcia: Lab notebook Week 9

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'''List of top ten gene ontology that were listed:'''
'''List of top ten gene ontology that were listed:'''
#oxidoreductase activity
#oxidoreductase activity
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#carbo-carbon lyase activity
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#carbon-carbon lyase activity
#chorismate metabolic process
#chorismate metabolic process
#aromatic amino acid family biosynthetic process
#aromatic amino acid family biosynthetic process
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#lyase activity
#lyase activity
#naphthoate syntase activity
#naphthoate syntase activity
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* Our gene ontology search terms ended up being quite different as a matter of fact not one single term matched and this is because the databases are so different and the newer databases have more recent information.
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Revision as of 21:36, 26 October 2010

Week 9 Notes

  • total number of errors found while using the old database was a total of 772 genes. This is due to having different versions of the database and using the different database so as expected the older version will have more errors compared to that of the newer version.
  • For this assignment I chose the old database from fall 2008 and my partner and I are running the decreased portion of the assingment and the file being uploaded is for dataset just in case computer fails.

Data for GenMAPP and MAPPFinder

List of top ten gene ontology that were listed:

  1. oxidoreductase activity
  2. carbon-carbon lyase activity
  3. chorismate metabolic process
  4. aromatic amino acid family biosynthetic process
  5. dicarboxylic acid metabolic process
  6. transcription elongation regulator activity
  7. outer membrane
  8. aromatic amino acid family metabolic process
  9. lyase activity
  10. naphthoate syntase activity
  • Our gene ontology search terms ended up being quite different as a matter of fact not one single term matched and this is because the databases are so different and the newer databases have more recent information.
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