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Uniform language for describing genes of pathogenic and beneficial microbes

ior PAMGO member, remarked: “During the process of developing terms for PAMGO, it was immediately apparent that the mechanisms that microbes use to deal with hosts are really quite universal. The same terms can be used for species ranging from nematode worms to bacteria. Having these terms in place will greatly enhance research in this area.?

In the current update, the PAMGO consortium, in collaboration with Jane Lomax and Amelia Ireland of the GO Consortium’s editorial office at the European Bioinformatics Institute, has released more than 450 new terms for describing gene products involved in microbial-host interactions.


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