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Table 8 Percent completion of genes within initial curation priority categories

From: Sensing the cilium, digital capture of ciliary data for comparative genomics investigations

Type of experimental annotations and availability of references July 2013 Total # genes # genes NOT “completed” # genes “completed” % “completed” Curation notes for “complete” genes
No ciliary annotations, associated references—high priority
 No ciliary annotations—ciliary references [#1] 30 18 12 40.0% 6 of 12 (2 Bardet–Biedl, 2 dynein, 2 IFT)
 No ciliary annotations—other references [#2] 73 31 42 57.5% 5 of 42 (3 dynein, 1 IFT, 1 sperm flagellum)
Ciliary annotations in either BP or CC—medium priority
 No ciliary BP annotations—ciliary references [#3] 24 18 6 25.0% 4 of 6 (1 BBSome, 3 IFT)
 No ciliary CC annotations—ciliary references [#3] 9 6 3 33.3% 1 of 3 (1 CPLANE)
 No ciliary BP annotations—other references [#4] 14 12 2 14.3%  
 No ciliary CC annotations—other references [#4] 5 3 2 40.0% 1 of 2 (1 sperm flagellum)
No ciliary annotations in BP and/or CC, no references—low priority
 No ciliary annotations—no references [#5] 83 49 34 41.0% 17 of 34 (1 Bardet–Biedl, 1 CPLANE, 9 dynein, 6 IFT)
 No ciliary CC annotations—no references [#6] 11 7 4 36.4% 1 of 4 (1 CPLANE)
 No ciliary BP annotations—no references [#6] 15 6 9 60.0% 6 of 9 (2 Bardet–Biedl, 3 IFT, 1 sperm flagellum)
Ciliary annotations in both BP and CC—low priority
 Both BP and CC ciliary annotations—ciliary references [#7] 15 6 9 60.0% 6 of 9 (2 Bardet–Biedl, 2 IFT, 1 dynein, 1 sperm flagellum)
 Both BP and CC ciliary annotations—other references [#7] 7 6 1 14.3% 1 of 1 (1 IFT)
 Both BP and CC ciliary annotations—no references [#8] 24 14 10 41.7% 8 of 10 (2 BBSome, 6 IFT)
Totals 310 176 134 43.2%  
  1. This table shows the various curation priority status categories and number of genes in each category, as well as the number of genes that were and were not completed at some point in time during the annotation project to date and % completed per category. The categories “high priority,” “medium priority,” and “low priority,” as well as the numbers in square brackets, e.g., [#1], correspond to prioritization categories on the prioritization flow chart (Fig. 1); note that some categories here have been grouped together on the flow chart. The curation notes for “completed” genes indicates the number of genes that were present in a biological area on which curation was focused as well as the total number of “completed” genes in each curation priority grouping. For each biological focus area, the number of genes is indicated. The biological focus areas included in the curation notes column are indicated for the relevant genes in the note column of Additional file 1