Created: 2008-07-12 10:39:09      Last updated: 2008-07-12 10:39:32

This workflow builds up a subgraph of the Gene Ontology ( to show the context for a supplied term or terms. It shows this context by colouring all ancestors of the term, all children and all siblings. By default, ancestors of the supplied term or terms are coloured orange, siblings purple and direct children teal. Other terms appear in the default wheat colour.

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