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IPI: Inferred from Physical Interaction

Updated October 10, 2014

  • 2-hybrid interactions
  • Co-purification
  • Co-immunoprecipitation
  • Ion/protein binding experiments

Covers physical interactions between the entity of interest and another molecule (such as a protein, ion or complex). IPI can be thought of as a type of IDA, where the actual binding partner or target can be specified, using "with" in the with/from field.

Guide to GO Evidence Codes

This document is a guide to the standard usage of the GO evidence codes. Annotators may also find the evidence code decision tree useful in selecting the correct evidence code for an annotation.

ID Mapping Files

ID Mapping Files

This page documents the file formats used to store the mapping between the Database object IDs to corresponding sequence IDs in UniProtKB or NCBI.
  • gp2protein file
  • gp2rna file
  • gp_unlocalized

gp2protein file

A gp2protein file is a tab-delimited file that provides a mapping between database object IDs and protein sequence IDs. gp2protein files contributed by annotation groups are available for download.

Need for gp2protein file

    Current Annotations

    Current Annotations
    • Annotation Details and Downloads
    • Filtered files
    • Unfiltered files
    • gp2protein files

    Annotation Details and Downloads

    The gene association files submitted by GO Consortium members are shown in the tables below. Files are in the GO annotation file format and are compressed using the UNIX gzip utility. Please see the appropriate README file for further details on the annotation set. Any errors or omissions in annotations should be reported by writing to the GO helpdesk.

    Use and License

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    Tools

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