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Old 01-24-2014, 02:58 AM   #1
Mayflower
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Default How to visualize GO term generated from Trinotate

Hi, I am quiet new to bioinformatics. I am working on a non-model fish which doesn't have a genome reference.

I use trinity to do the de novo transcriptome assembly and use the trinotate (a package of trinity) to generate GO term for those transcripts. The result is like this "comp100003_c0 GO:0005576^cellular_component^extracellular region`GO:0000166^molecular_function^nucleotide binding`GO:0016491^molecular_function^oxidoreductase activity".

Anyone know how to visualize those GO terms? Thank you so much!
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You can see the GO hierarchy in geneontology.org
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Old 01-27-2014, 12:52 AM   #3
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you can also check Blast2GO for assembly annotation and REVIGO for visualization of GO lists

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