Query functions allow you to query hypergeometric test p-values between genes and GO terms. You can enter a list of Genes (one per line). Currently, we only support HGNC official IDs for genes and GO official IDs for GO terms. We provide a ID mapper function to map other gene names/synonyms to HGNC IDs.
Try an example. The example contains a list of HGNC IDs.
You can check each retrieved gene by clicking on the corresponding tab on the left. The page on the right will display detailed information of the selected gene. The information contains the hypergeometric p-values between the selected gene and all GO terms occurring in a same PubMed abstract.
The table contains both the hypergeometric p-value between gene and GO term as well as the Bonferroni-corrected p-value. A p-value in green indicates that the value is significant, passing the Bonferroni cutoff of 0.05.
You can download the hypergeometric p-values for the selected gene by clicking on the 'Download' button.
Each gene can be linked to GeneCard, a integrated database for genes. You can explore more details for the specific gene in GeneCard. In 'Gene Query', the external link will appear under the name header in each gene page. In 'GO Query', the external link can be reached by clicking on each term in the table.
Each GO term can be linked to GO Consortium, the official website for Gene Ontology. You can explore more details for the specific GO term in GO consortium. In 'GO Query', the external link will appear under the name header in each GO page. In 'Gene Query', the external link can be reached by clicking on each term in the table.
You can return to the search page and start over by clicking on 'Search Again'.
If there is no match for a queried ID. The ID will show up in the red box. You can click 'x' on the top-right to close the box.
If you forget the above information when you head to the results page. Do not worry, you can still check documentation by clicking on the book icon.