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Description

The Gene Ontology (GO)1 provides a controlled vocabulary to describe attributes of gene products. GO contains three ontologies that describe the molecular functions, biological processes, and cellular components of proteins.

Statistics

Molecular Function

The human hg19 ontology contains 3,174 terms, 15,204 genes, and 149,913 total associations.

The human hg18 ontology contains 3,171 terms, 15,165 genes, and 149,630 total associations.

The mouse mm9 ontology contains 2,977 terms, 15,603 genes, and 140,349 total associations.

The zebrafish danRer7 ontology contains 1,697 terms, 10,520 genes and 80,788 associations.

Biological Process

The human hg19 ontology contains 7,170 terms, 14,114 genes, and 512,024 total associations.

The human hg18 ontology contains 7,166 terms, 14,100 genes, and 510,246 total associations.

The mouse mm9 ontology contains 6,921 terms, 14,185 genes, and 448,014 total associations.

The zebrafish danRer7 ontology contains 3,597 terms, 8,174 genes and 152,595 associations.

Cellular Component

The human hg19 ontology contains 1,018 terms, 16,021 genes, and 227,464 total associations.

The human hg18 ontology contains 1,018 terms, 15,977 genes, and 227,019 total associations.

The mouse mm9 ontology contains 952 terms, 16,094 genes, and 193,981 total associations.

The zebrafish danRer7 ontology contains 592 terms, 7,138 genes and 68,922 associations.

Download

All data for human and mouse was downloaded on August 20, 2010.

The zebrafish ontology was downloaded Jan 3, 2011.

GREAT v1.2

GREAT v1.2 Gene Ontology statistics are available here.

References

Footnotes
Ref Notes
1 Ashburner M. et al. Gene ontology: tool for the unification of biology. The Gene Ontology Consortium. Nat Genet. 25(1):25-29 (2000).
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