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To limit the gene sets to only extremely high-confidence gene predictions, GREAT uses only the subset of the UCSC Known Genes (1) (2).

GO includes information on the biological processes, cellular components, and molecular functions of genes. Thus, GREAT assumes for human and mouse that if a gene has been annotated for function at all then it is annotated in GO.

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Output Format

  • Human/Mouse

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      <ucscClusterId> <TAB> <tssChrom> <TAB> <tssCoord> <TAB> <tssStrand> <TAB> <geneSymbol>
    
  • Zebrafish

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      <rowNumber> <TAB> <tssChrom> <TAB> <tssCoord> <TAB> <tssStrand> <TAB> <geneSymbol>
    

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reference2
Ashburner M. et al. Gene ontology: tool for the unification of biology. The Gene Ontology Consortium, Nat Genet. 25(1):25-29 (2000).