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=== Requesting relevant publications from PubMed ===
 
=== Requesting relevant publications from PubMed ===
  
This section displays publications that are not yet curated, as well as publications that are already assigned to be relevant or not relevant to the function of the feature.
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This section displays publications that are not yet curated, as well as publications that are already assigned to be relevant or not relevant to the function of the feature. The literature references appear in the following tables:
  
Not yet Curated relevant publications:
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'''Not yet Curated relevant publications:'''
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These are publications the tool has identified as possibly relevant for the feature. You will get a checkbox in the first column of the table. Check the publications you want to assign as supporting the functional assignment of the feature, and press the button '''Save to relevant pmids''' underneath the table to save them as dlits.
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'''Not yet curated publications (dlits):'''
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Same as above, but the literature references were pre-computed.
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'''Current DLITS for this gene:'''
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This table shows all publications that are assigned to support the functional assignment of the feature (to be dlits).
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'''Curated to be RELEVANT, but NOT DLITS:'''
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Literature that is relevant, but not a dlit is literature that does not support the functional assignment to the feature, but refer to the genomic region the feature is in or give other information about the feature.
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'''Curated to be GENOME PAPERS, not dlits:'''
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These are references that refer to the whole genome of the feature or a genomic region, not directly the feature itself. Mostly, these papers deal with the sequencing process of the genome.
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'''Curated to be NOT RELEVANT publications:'''
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Not relevant publications.
  
 
=== Curating literature in SEED ===
 
=== Curating literature in SEED ===

Revision as of 16:18, 4 December 2008

Edit Literature

This page allows you to edit direct literature (dlits) for a feature. The tool automatically queries PubMed for Aliases of the feature ID to get candidate literatures for your feature.

CDS Info

This section displays a table with general information for the feature that might be valuable for deciding if a literature reference is relevant for the feature.

Requesting relevant publications from PubMed

This section displays publications that are not yet curated, as well as publications that are already assigned to be relevant or not relevant to the function of the feature. The literature references appear in the following tables:

Not yet Curated relevant publications:

These are publications the tool has identified as possibly relevant for the feature. You will get a checkbox in the first column of the table. Check the publications you want to assign as supporting the functional assignment of the feature, and press the button Save to relevant pmids underneath the table to save them as dlits.

Not yet curated publications (dlits):

Same as above, but the literature references were pre-computed.

Current DLITS for this gene:

This table shows all publications that are assigned to support the functional assignment of the feature (to be dlits).

Curated to be RELEVANT, but NOT DLITS:

Literature that is relevant, but not a dlit is literature that does not support the functional assignment to the feature, but refer to the genomic region the feature is in or give other information about the feature.

Curated to be GENOME PAPERS, not dlits:

These are references that refer to the whole genome of the feature or a genomic region, not directly the feature itself. Mostly, these papers deal with the sequencing process of the genome.

Curated to be NOT RELEVANT publications:

Not relevant publications.

Curating literature in SEED

1) Add additional publications for this peg

2) Drag and drop the PMID to the appropriate containers.