Index of /download/phenotype

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[DIR] Parent Directory - [TXT] A_fumigatus_phenotype_data.tab 16-Aug-2011 06:34 235K [   ] A_nidulans_phenotype_data.tab 21-Nov-2017 06:06 842K [   ] A_niger_phenotype_data.tab 21-Nov-2017 06:08 42K [   ] A_oryzae_phenotype_data.tab 21-Nov-2017 06:09 36K
This directory contain phenotype data for the various
Aspergillus species in a tab-delimited file format.

The species name is indicated in the file name. 

These files are updated weekly.

The file format is a tab-delimited table with the following columns:

1) Feature Name (Mandatory)             -The feature name of the gene
2) Feature Type (Mandatory)             -The feature type of the gene
3) Gene Name (Optional)                 -The standard name of the gene
4) AspGDID (Mandatory)                  -The AspGDID of the gene
5) Reference (AspGD_REF Required,         -PMID: ####|AspGD_REF: #### (separated by pipe)(one reference per row)
              PMID optional)
6) Experiment Type (Mandatory)          -The method used to detect and analyze the phenotype
7) Mutant Type (Mandatory)              -Description of the impact of the mutation on activity of the gene product
8) Allele (Optional)                    -Allele name and description, if applicable
9) Strain background (optional)         -Genetic background in which the phenotype was analyzed
10) Phenotype (Mandatory)               -The feature observed and the direction of change relative to wild type
11) Chemical (Optional)                 -Any chemicals relevant to the phenotype
12) Condition (Optional)                -Condition under which the phenotype was observed
13) Details (Optional)                  -Details about the phenotype
14) Reporter (Optional)                 -The protein(s) or RNA(s) used in an experiment to track a process
15) Anatomical Structure (Optional)     -The Fungal Anatomy Ontology term
                                         that denotes the affected structure for an anatomical phenotype
16) Virulence Model (Optional)          -The model system used to assess the virulence of a mutant


For further details about how phenotype information is recorded, please see:

http://www.aspgd.org/help/PhenoHelp.shtml

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Please note that on February 24, 2010, the format of the A. nidulans phenotype file was
changed slightly so that it would be consistent with the mutant
phenotype data files available from the Candida and Saccharomyces
Genome Databases. The format of files generated prior to February 24,
2010 was:

1) Feature Name (Mandatory)		-The feature name of the gene
2) Feature Type (Mandatory)		-The feature type of the gene	
3) Gene Name (Optional)			-The standard name of the gene
4) AspGDID (Mandatory)			-The AspGDID of the gene
5) Reference (AspGD_REF Required, PMID optional)	
					-PMID: ####|AspGD_REF: #### (separated by pipe)(one reference per row)
6) Experiment Type (Mandatory)		-The method used to detect and analyze the phenotype
7) Mutant Type (Mandatory) 		-Description of the impact of the mutation on activity of the gene product
8) Allele (Optional)			-Allele name and description, if applicable
9) Phenotype (Mandatory)		-The feature observed and the direction of change relative to wild type
10) Chemical (Optional)			-Any chemicals relevant to the phenotype
11) Anatomical Structure (Optional)	-The Fungal Anatomy Ontology term that denotes the affected structure for an anatomical phenotype
12) Condition (Optional)		-Condition under which the phenotype was observed
13) Details (Optional)			-Details about the phenotype
14) Reporter (Optional)			-The protein(s) or RNA(s) used in an experiment to track a process
15) Virulence Model (Optional)		-The model system used to assess the virulence of a mutant