I agree with your suggestion.
A different consideration/question: If all gene names in 'regulation' are summarized in X, the gene names in 'positive regulation' called Y and in 'negative regulation' called Z. Would X always be equal to Y + Z ? i.e. shouldn't Y and Z then be children of X (instead of 3 seperate processes right now)
From: email@example.com [firstname.lastname@example.org] On Behalf Of Alexander Pico [ap...@gladstone.ucsf.edu]
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To: Nathan Salomonis
Subject: GO-Elite User Group Post Re: Question to GO-Elite users
Keeping them as children makes sense. Here's a question that might help clarify the decision. Are most of the "regulators" of a process also members of the process term? If so, then nesting them makes sense. If not, then I would agree with you that these are indeed separate processes and should be not be included as children.
On May 31, 2011, at 9:50 PM, Nathan Salomonis <nsalomo...@gmail.com> wrote:
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