Gene ontology, GO for short, is a quite powerful bioinformatics initiative to unify the representation of gene and gene product attributes across all species. Gene Ontology is established by Gene Ontology Consortium in 1998 in order to annotate and classify genes and their corresponding products. Now, Scientists at Creative Proteomics are proud to tell you we are open to help you with GO Analysis Service!
GO Annotation Analysis Service at Creative Proteomics could help your research with:
GO Annotation Analysis Service at Creative Proteomics provides 3 separate categories (term hierarchies):
The GO project has developed formal ontologies involved in over 40,000 biological concepts, and these concepts describe what a protein does (Molecular function, MF), how it does it (Biological process, BP) and where it carries out this task in a generic cell (Cellular component, CC). GO annotations are statements describing the functions of genes with concepts in the Gene Ontology. The most common and simplest annotation links one protein to one function, e.g. Acacb + Insulin signaling pathway. Each statement is based on a specific piece of evidence. For example, the gene product "CYP3A4" can be described by the Molecular Function term "albendazole monooxygenase activity", the Cellular Component terms "cytoplasm" and "endoplasmic reticulum membrane", and the Biological Process terms "alkaloid catabolic process" and "drug metabolic process".
GO Analysis Service at Creative Proteomics can be used for the following:
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As one of the leading omics industry company in the world! Creative Proteomics now is opening to provide GO annotation analysis service for our customers. With over 8 years experience in the field of bioinformatics, we are willing to provide our customer the most outstanding service! Contact Us for all the detailed informations!