Robert Gentleman rgentlem at fhcrc.org
Thu Oct 20 00:03:56 CEST 2005

Good question, (it is GO2PROBE though, no S on that one)
   - basically the first maps between a GO ID and the set of probes that 
map to those genes for which the given GO ID is the most specific term 
that applies. The second, maps to all probes for which the GO ID is 
appropriate (and hence includes genes that have more specific functions 
than the selected GO ID). Our documentation on this is weak, and will be 
  improved for the next release.

   best wishes,

Simon Lin wrote:
> What is the difference between GO2PROBES and GO2ALLPROBES in the annotated 
> Affy arrays? Thanks! -Simon
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