[BioC] how to build a GOstats-compatible annotation package for plasmodium falciparum?

Dave Berger dave.berger at up.ac.za
Tue Nov 6 11:26:43 CET 2007

Hi Paul

we have developed a freely available tool and database for Plasmodium  
falciparum which amongst a range of other analyses, allows a user to  
search for over-represented GO terms in a cluster of co-expressed  
genes and provides a statistical test.
perhaps it may be useful

Philip Law - plaw at tuks.co.za - can be contacted for any queries

best wishes
Dave Berger

Quoting Paul Shannon <pshannon at systemsbiology.org>:

> I'm familiar with the YEAST data package, and the many chip-specific
> annotation packages --
> all of which work very nicely with GOstats.
> GO offers annotation for p.falciparum, the malaria parasite.  What
> would it take to
> put that into an R data package which will work with GOstats?
> Thanks!
>   - Paul
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