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<b>Purpose</b>: The purpose of the CFG Wiki paradigm pages is to involve Participating Investigators (PIs) in demonstrating how the CFG has made progress against its overall goal to 'define paradigms by which protein-carbohydrate interactions mediate cell communication.'
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<b>Purpose</b>: The purpose of the CFG Wiki Paradigm Pages is to involve Participating Investigators (PIs) in demonstrating how the CFG has made progress against its overall goal to 'define paradigms by which protein-carbohydrate interactions mediate cell communication.'
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<b>Process</b>: The CFG's Paradigm Pages are open to contributions from all CFG Participating Investigators. To obtain editing privileges, you must first request an account and log in.
<b>Process</b>: The CFG's Paradigm Pages are open to contributions from all CFG Participating Investigators. To obtain editing privileges, you must first request an account and log in.
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<b>Focus</b>: For consistency between paradigm pages, please maintain the 30 selected paradigm glycan-binding proteins (as seen on the Main Page) and the standard outline and formatting of each individual paradigm page as they appear. The CFG would be particularly grateful to PIs for filling in the gaps regarding:
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<b>Focus</b>: For consistency between Paradigm Pages, please maintain the 30 selected paradigm glycan-binding proteins that are listed on the Main Page and the standard outline and formatting of each individual Paradigm Page. The CFG would be particularly grateful to PIs for filling in the gaps regarding:
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<b>''Progress toward understanding this GBP paradigm''.</b>  This section includes five subheadings that together address the 7 specific aims of the CFG.
<b>''Progress toward understanding this GBP paradigm''.</b>  This section includes five subheadings that together address the 7 specific aims of the CFG.
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<li><u>Carbohydrate ligands</u>: describe progress that has been made towards defining the specificity and affinity of this GBP for carbohydrate ligands and identifying the glycan ligand(s) that mediate GBP binding.
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<li><u>Carbohydrate ligands</u>: Describe progress that has been made towards defining the specificity and affinity of this GBP for carbohydrate ligands and identifying the glycan ligand(s) that mediate GBP binding.
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<li><u>Cellular expression of GBP and ligands</u>: describe progress that has been made towards establishing the cell types involved in cell communication.
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<li><u>Cellular expression of GBP and ligands</u>: Describe progress that has been made towards establishing the cell types involved in cell communication.
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<li><u>Biosynthesis of ligands</u>: describe progress that has been made towards identifying the glycosyltransferases that synthesize carbohydrate ligands for the GBP and determining whether regulation of glycosylation modulates GBP function.
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<li><u>Biosynthesis of ligands</u>: Describe progress that has been made towards identifying the glycosyltransferases that synthesize carbohydrate ligands for the GBP and determining whether regulation of glycosylation modulates GBP function.
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<li><u>Structure</u>: describe progress that has been made towards determining the structure of the GBP.
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<li><u>Structure</u>: Describe progress that has been made towards determining the structure of the GBP.
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<li><u>Biological roles of GBP-ligand interaction</u>: describe progress that has been made towards determining how GBP-ligand interactions mediate cell communication.
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<li><u>Biological roles of GBP-ligand interaction</u>: Describe progress that has been made towards determining how GBP-ligand interactions mediate cell communication.
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<b>''CFG resources used in investigations''.</b>  This section documents how investigators have used CFG resources to assess the function of the GBP paradigm.
<b>''CFG resources used in investigations''.</b>  This section documents how investigators have used CFG resources to assess the function of the GBP paradigm.
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<li>Include hyperlinks to relevant datasets in the CFG databases.
<li>Include hyperlinks to relevant datasets in the CFG databases.
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<b>''Other related GBPs''.</b> This section to list related GBPs believed to have similar functions.
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<b>''Other related GBPs''.</b> List related GBPs believed to have similar functions.
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<b>''References''. </b> This section a list of citations and comments appear here.
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<b>''References''. </b> Citations will appear here once references are added to the above sections.
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'''How to edit the CFG Paradigm Pages:'''
'''How to edit the CFG Paradigm Pages:'''
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* Click the 'Log in' link in the top right-hand corner
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* Click the 'Log in' link in the top right-hand corner.
* Login or request a new account (enter any text in the 'biography' box) and wait for administrative approval. If you forgot your password, click 'E-mail new password'.
* Login or request a new account (enter any text in the 'biography' box) and wait for administrative approval. If you forgot your password, click 'E-mail new password'.
* From the [http://www.functionalglycomics.org/CFGparadigms Main Page], find the paradigm GBP you are interested in. Follow the link to that page.
* From the [http://www.functionalglycomics.org/CFGparadigms Main Page], find the paradigm GBP you are interested in. Follow the link to that page.
* Click the 'edit' tab at the top of the page.
* Click the 'edit' tab at the top of the page.
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* You will see a text box containing all of the text and html tags that make up that paradigm page.
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* You will see a text box containing all of the text and html tags that make up that Paradigm Page.
* Contribute 2-3 sentences for each of the blank fields (e.g. 'Progress toward understanding this GBP paradigm').
* Contribute 2-3 sentences for each of the blank fields (e.g. 'Progress toward understanding this GBP paradigm').
* If you can, contribute to the 'CFG resources used in investigations' section, including links to specific datasets in the [http://www.functionalglycomics.org CFG database].
* If you can, contribute to the 'CFG resources used in investigations' section, including links to specific datasets in the [http://www.functionalglycomics.org CFG database].
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* For formatting, use common html tags ([http://www.functionalglycomics.org/static/consortium/Paradigms/WikiCodes.pdf see table]). <br>''Tip: Copy and paste text from the edit box of another Wiki page that contains the formatting style you would like to emulate.''
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* For formatting and addition of hyperlinks and references, use common html tags ([http://www.functionalglycomics.org/static/consortium/Paradigms/WikiCodes.pdf see table]). <br>''Tip: Copy and paste text from the edit box of another Wiki page that contains the formatting style you would like to emulate.''
* Click 'Show preview' below the editing box.
* Click 'Show preview' below the editing box.
* When finished, click 'Save page'.
* When finished, click 'Save page'.
* For more help editing Wiki pages, visit the [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Help:Wiki_markup Wikipedia markup help page].
* For more help editing Wiki pages, visit the [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Help:Wiki_markup Wikipedia markup help page].

Revision as of 20:58, 6 July 2010

Purpose: The purpose of the CFG Wiki Paradigm Pages is to involve Participating Investigators (PIs) in demonstrating how the CFG has made progress against its overall goal to 'define paradigms by which protein-carbohydrate interactions mediate cell communication.'
Process: The CFG's Paradigm Pages are open to contributions from all CFG Participating Investigators. To obtain editing privileges, you must first request an account and log in.
Focus: For consistency between Paradigm Pages, please maintain the 30 selected paradigm glycan-binding proteins that are listed on the Main Page and the standard outline and formatting of each individual Paradigm Page. The CFG would be particularly grateful to PIs for filling in the gaps regarding:
Progress toward understanding this GBP paradigm. This section includes five subheadings that together address the 7 specific aims of the CFG.

  • Carbohydrate ligands: Describe progress that has been made towards defining the specificity and affinity of this GBP for carbohydrate ligands and identifying the glycan ligand(s) that mediate GBP binding.
  • Cellular expression of GBP and ligands: Describe progress that has been made towards establishing the cell types involved in cell communication.
  • Biosynthesis of ligands: Describe progress that has been made towards identifying the glycosyltransferases that synthesize carbohydrate ligands for the GBP and determining whether regulation of glycosylation modulates GBP function.
  • Structure: Describe progress that has been made towards determining the structure of the GBP.
  • Biological roles of GBP-ligand interaction: Describe progress that has been made towards determining how GBP-ligand interactions mediate cell communication.
    CFG resources used in investigations. This section documents how investigators have used CFG resources to assess the function of the GBP paradigm.
  • Describe use (or non-use) of CFG resources including glycan profiling, glycogene microarray screening, knockout mouse analysis, and glycan array screening.
  • Include hyperlinks to relevant datasets in the CFG databases.
    Other related GBPs. List related GBPs believed to have similar functions.
    References. Citations will appear here once references are added to the above sections.

    How to edit the CFG Paradigm Pages:
    • Click the 'Log in' link in the top right-hand corner.
    • Login or request a new account (enter any text in the 'biography' box) and wait for administrative approval. If you forgot your password, click 'E-mail new password'.
    • From the Main Page, find the paradigm GBP you are interested in. Follow the link to that page.
    • Click the 'edit' tab at the top of the page.
    • You will see a text box containing all of the text and html tags that make up that Paradigm Page.
    • Contribute 2-3 sentences for each of the blank fields (e.g. 'Progress toward understanding this GBP paradigm').
    • If you can, contribute to the 'CFG resources used in investigations' section, including links to specific datasets in the CFG database.
    • For formatting and addition of hyperlinks and references, use common html tags (see table).
      Tip: Copy and paste text from the edit box of another Wiki page that contains the formatting style you would like to emulate.
    • Click 'Show preview' below the editing box.
    • When finished, click 'Save page'.
    • For more help editing Wiki pages, visit the Wikipedia markup help page.
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