[BioC] How to categorize genes to different functional groups based on their GO id.

Marc Carlson mcarlson at fhcrc.org
Thu Oct 2 18:45:23 CEST 2008

Hi Ziping,

It sounds like you might want to look at the GOStats package. You can
find more information here by reading the vignettes:



ziping zhang wrote:
> Dear  list members,
> We have identified 300 genes response to a treatment in our model by cDNA microarray. We have annotated most of these sequences and signed them with different GO terms. Based on literature searching, we believe that these genes can be categorized to several groups such as: Proteinbiosynthesis (Translation), Metabolism, Protection against reactive oxygen species (ROS), Apoptosis, Growth regulation, Inflammation, Heart-related function, Muscle-related  function, Development, Transport (cellular and vascular),  Angiogenesis. Any comments about how to categorize our genes to these groups quickly and precisely are welcome.  
> Ziping Zhang
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