August 15, 2005

Marco Antoniotti announced that CL-GODB, a Summer of Code project that allows one to access the Gene Ontology Database from Lisp, has been officially released.

The Gene Ontology (GO), is a controlled vocabulary used to aid the description of gene and gene product attributes in a variety of organisms. There are three different ontologies that describe molecular functions, biological processes, and cellular components.

The Gene Ontology Database (GODB) stores the known information about these genes and gene products.

I think this is the first Summer of Lisp project to reach this milestone.

Posted by jjwiseman at August 15, 2005 01:33 PM
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