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Unique identifier OMICS_03709
Name G-SESAME
Alternative name Gene Semantic Similarity Analysis and Measurement Tools
Interface Web user interface
Restrictions to use None
Computer skills Basic
Stability Stable
Maintained Yes

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Involvement of Chromatin Remodeling Genes and the Rho GTPases RhoB and CDC42 in Ovarian Clear Cell Carcinoma

2017
PMCID: 5447048
PMID: 28611940
DOI: 10.3389/fonc.2017.00109

[…] resentation test and Bonferroni correction for multiple testing with the 10,000 genes as background (). GO terms were compared using the online Gene Semantic Similarity Analysis and Measurement tool (G-SESAME) with default settings (), generating a semantic similarity score between GO terms of 0 (low similarity) to 1 (high similarity). Gene set analysis using gene sets from the REACTOME database [ […]

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Comparative transcriptome analysis of venom glands from Cotesia vestalis and Diadromus collaris, two endoparasitoids of the host Plutella xylostella

2017
Sci Rep
PMCID: 5431001
PMID: 28465546
DOI: 10.1038/s41598-017-01383-2

[…] tion coefficient was used to evaluate the correlation values with respect to the percentages of transcript representations linked to each GO term or KEGG biological pathway between two transcriptomes.G-SESAME (http://bioinformatics.clemson.edu/G-SESAME/index.php) was used to measure the semantic similarity of GO term sets, . […]

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Grain size and grain depth restrict oxygen movement in leaky hermetic containers and contribute to protective effect

2016
PMCID: 5146321
PMID: 27990031
DOI: 10.1016/j.jspr.2016.06.006

[…] VA determined that dry grain mass increased with increasing barrier depth (c). A dry sample of 100 cowpeas weighs approximately 20 g. Control group samples weighed between 15.47 g (sorghum) and 17.58 g (sesame), while cowpea stored beneath 50 cm barriers weighed between 17.98 g (sorghum) and 19.09 g (sesame). This corresponds to a 5–14% increase in grain mass. However, seed depth was the only sign […]

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Striga Biocontrol on a Toothpick: A Readily Deployable and Inexpensive Method for Smallholder Farmers

2016
Front Plant Sci
PMCID: 4976096
PMID: 27551284
DOI: 10.3389/fpls.2016.01121

[…] minimal CATSUP media [Czapek’s glucose salts medium (Difco Laboratories, Detroit]) supplemented with thiamine (4 mg/L), proline (2100 mg L-1), uracil (20 mg L-1), and a commercial vitamin mixture (e.g., Sesame Street Brand, or similar) at 37°C. Amino acid overproducers were selected by plating a suspension of ~104 conidia per dish onto CATSUP agar (2%) supplemented with increasing concentrations […]

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Interplay Between the Object and Its Symbol: The Size Congruency Effect

2016
PMCID: 4976128
PMID: 27512529
DOI: 10.5709/acp-0191-7

[…] e same category (e.g., fruits, artifacts, etc.). In each word pair, one word referred to the object (hereafter known as “referred object”) that was larger in reality than the other referred object (e.g., sesame seed-radish or grape-watermelon). In a pretest, five independent raters correctly classified the larger/smaller item of each pair in 100% of all cases (). All materials consisted of two Chi […]

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Construction of a high density, high quality genetic map of cultivated lotus (Nelumbo nucifera) using next generation sequencing

2016
BMC Genomics
PMCID: 4912719
PMID: 27317430
DOI: 10.1186/s12864-016-2781-4

[…] interval between genetic bin markers in this study is 0.74 cM. This is comparable with or better than the marker density of genetic maps constructed for other crops using the same RADseq protocol, e.g.,sesame,1,272 markers and 1.2 cM interval [], soybean, 5,785 markers and 0.43 cM interval [], and peanut, 1,685 markers and 0.9 cM interval []. In addition, our new genetic map provides a marked imp […]

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G-SESAME institution(s)
School of Computing, Clemson University, Clemson, SC, USA
G-SESAME funding source(s)
This project is supported by NSF grant DBI-0960586 and DBI-0960443.

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