Upregulation and Downregulation of Gene Ontology terms
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What does it mean for example, a term in the biological process in Gene Ontology, has a 100% up-regulation? Does it mean that this particular process like for example, translational elongation, is hypersensitive? Im sorry I'm new to this kind of study. Thank you in advance.

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Could you clarify how this relates to Bioconductor by editing your question? 

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it would be better to show us where it says that. It is not possible to "up-regulate" an ontology term. I think you have mis-read.

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What I mean is, all the genes on that "term" are all upregulated. What would that mean?

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I think biostars is more suitable for this question

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