GeneSet Information

Tier I GS348095 • GO:0030324 lung development

DESCRIPTION:

Gene Ontology (GO) gene set. This set contains genes that have been annotated to the GO term "lung development", which is defined as "The process whose specific outcome is the progression of the lung over time, from its formation to the mature structure. In all air-breathing vertebrates the lungs are developed from the ventral wall of the oesophagus as a pouch which divides into two sacs. In amphibians and many reptiles the lungs retain very nearly this primitive sac-like character, but in the higher forms the connection with the esophagus becomes elongated into the windpipe and the inner walls of the sacs become more and more divided, until, in the mammals, the air spaces become minutely divided into tubes ending in small air cells, in the walls of which the blood circulates in a fine network of capillaries. In mammals the lungs are more or less divided into lobes, and each lung occupies a separate cavity in the thorax." This gene set was automatically constructed using annotation and ontology data provided by GO and only includes annotations with experimental and curatorial evidence codes (EXP, IDA, IPI, IMP, IGI, IEP, TAS, IC). The transitive closure of this term is taken into account using is_a and part_of relationships. For more information: The Gene Ontology Consortium (GOC), http://geneontology.org This gene set was generated using the GeneWeaver GO loader v. 0.2.8.

LABEL:

GO:0030324

SCORE TYPE:

Binary

DATE ADDED:

2018-03-30

DATE UPDATED:

2019-01-07

SPECIES:

AUTHORS:

M Ashburner, CA Ball, JA Blake, D Botstein, H Butler, JM Cherry, AP Davis, K Dolinski, SS Dwight, JT Eppig, MA Harris, DP Hill, L Issel-Tarver, A Kasarskis, S Lewis, JC Matese, JE Richardson, M Ringwald, GM Rubin, G Sherlock

TITLE:

Gene ontology: tool for the unification of biology. The Gene Ontology Consortium.

JOURNAL:

Nature genetics May 2000, Vol 25, pp. 25-9

Annotation Information



lung development (GO:0030324)

Gene List • 5 Genes

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