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BMCBI
2007
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12 years 2 months ago
Representing default knowledge in biomedical ontologies: application to the integration of anatomy and phenotype ontologies
Background: Current efforts within the biomedical ontology community focus on achieving interoperability between various biomedical ontologies that cover a range of diverse domain...
Robert Hoehndorf, Frank Loebe, Janet Kelso, Heinri...
CBMS
2006
IEEE
12 years 8 months ago
Oasis: A Mapping and Integration Framework for Biomedical Ontologies
More and more ontologies are emerging across bioinformatics domains to represent and define domain knowledge, such as gene ontology, anatomy ontology and disease ontology. To inte...
Guang-Lei Song, Yu Qian, Ying Liu, Kang Zhang
JBI
2006
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12 years 1 months ago
Desiderata for domain reference ontologies in biomedicine
Domain reference ontologies represent knowledge about a particular part of the world in a way that is independent from specific objectives, through a theory of the domain. An exam...
Anita Burgun
MEDINFO
2007
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12 years 3 months ago
From "Glycosyltransferase" to "Congenital Muscular Dystrophy": Integrating Knowledge from NCBI Entrez Gene and the Gene Ontology
Entrez Gene (EG), Online Mendelian Inheritance in Man (OMIM) and the Gene Ontology (GO) are three complementary knowledge resources that can be used to correlate genomic data with...
Satya Sanket Sahoo, Kelly Zeng, Olivier Bodenreide...
WS
2008
ACM
12 years 1 months ago
Translating the Foundational Model of Anatomy into OWL
The Foundational Model of Anatomy (FMA) [7] represents the result of manual and disciplined modeling of the structural organization of the human body. Many workers in medical info...
Natalya Fridman Noy, Daniel L. Rubin
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