Presentation on theme: "Adding GO for Large Datasets COST Functional Modeling Workshop 22-24 April, Helsinki."— Presentation transcript:
Adding GO for Large Datasets COST Functional Modeling Workshop 22-24 April, Helsinki
Large Datasets RNASeq data sets and etc.: large data sets often there is little functional information available many enrichment analysis tools will not accept large gene lists RNASeq data sets also contain “novel” genes
1. Finding Existing GO 1.Use GOProfiler to search based upon taxon or name. 2.Check the GO Consortium Website to see if your species of interest has an active annotation effort. or to determine which relate species may have GO annotations that can be transferred 3.Use QuickGO or GOProfiler to download existing GO annotations. 4.Add your own GO annotations…
2. Adding High-throughput GO nt fasta file species’ taxon ID aa fasta file InterProScan list of motifs and domains InterPro2GO GO association file (IEA, ND) GOanna/ Blast2GO, etc GO association file (ISA) combine to make single GO annotation file EMBOSS Transeq (or etc) BLAST database of EXP GO annotations for related species Note: AgBase & iPlant are working to make these tools freely available via the AgBase & iPlant websites.
Comments 1.Translating transcripts to proteins: many different programs most assume proteins > 100aa assume that proteins is translated from longest ORF EMBOSS – free and high-throughput; also available on Galaxy, iPlant 2.InterProScan: searches sequences for conserved domains and motifs very intensive computing (needs HPC) Online tools at EBI – limited to proteins, low throughput iPlant – is preparing an instance AgBase – can help 3.InterPro2GO Script that converts InterPro IDs into their corresponding GO IDs Available at geneontology.org
Comments 4.Adding GO using Blast: Need to identify related species that have experimental GO Search database of experimental GO (should not transfer annotations with IEA, ISS, etc evidence codes) Use a test set of sequences to identify Blast parameters (e.g. Evalues, expect, etc.) for the full dataset 5.Combining GO from InterProScan & Blast: Remove any duplicate annotations derived from InterProScan (IEA) and Blast (ISA). Remove any “no data” (ND) annotations where you have added an annotation using Blast. Note: GO IEA annotations are continually updated (by manual review) and are considered out of date after one year.