PhenoGO is a computed database designed for high throughput mining that provides phenotypic and experimental context, such as the cell type, disease, tissue and organ to existing annotations between gene products and Gene Ontology (GO) terms as specified in the Gene Ontology Annotations (GOA) for multiple model organisms. For example of mined derivative, see "Discovery of Protein Interaction Networks Shared by Diseases. Pac Symp Biocomp 12:76-87(2007)
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|Keywords:||gene, anatomy, biotechnology, cell, disease, mammalian, medical, model, mouse, organ, organism, phenotype, phenotypic, protein, taxonomy, tissue, ontology|
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