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|NOT||GO:1900020||positive regulation of protein kinase C activity||PMID:21070858||IDA: Inferred from Direct Assay||P|
|This annotation made on page: NEUCR:KPC1|
By: Rdesai525 (group Team Texas Aggies) on 2014-02-11 20:42:26 CST.
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|2014-03-30 13:41:55 CDT|
After reading the paper provided through the PubMed ID. It seems that the better GO Term would be GO:0004697 since the paper does not seem to classify anything as a positive regulator. Figure one would be a better figure to use to provide your notes from because it discusses protein kinase activity more in depth than Table 2 does.
|Suzialeksander||2014-05-09 13:57:21 CDT||You need to be an instructor to view these notes.||Unacceptable|
|Suzialeksander||2014-04-03 15:34:45 CDT|
Yes, you're on the right track, but the exact annotation you suggested was tried and rejected. If you look at Fig 1 carefully, you'll notice it was done on whole cells, so there's no way to tie this protein to anything in figure 1. I'd suggest looking for an earlier paper; the references are a good place to start.
|DanielRenfro||2014-03-30 13:41:55 CDT|
This annotation has been flagged because it has been edited since last assessment NOT||GO:1900020||positive regulation of protein kinase C activity||PMID:21070858||IDA: Inferred from Direct Assay||||P||Table 2: Generally speaking, as choline concentration increases, conidiation period in neurospora crassa decreases. However, this decrease in conidiation time is not due to an increase in NPKC activity because experimental groups Q and R don't show any significant decrease in conidiation period when compared to wildtype control.||complete
|Suzialeksander||2014-02-24 15:08:46 CST|
As stated on http://gowiki.tamu.edu/wiki/index.php?title=Special:Cacao/annotation/9403&opage=User%3ARdesai525, not positive about the strain.
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