Archive For June 2011

The State of Bio-Medical Ontologies

on June 28, 2011 by Phillip Lord in 2011, Comments (0)

  *Abstract This paper presents a logic based analysis of the bio-medical ontologies that are contained in the NCBO BioPortal Repository. In total, 218 OBO and OWL ontologies were […]

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Exploring Gene Ontology Annotations with OWL

on by Phillip Lord in 2011, Comments (0)

      * Abstract Motivation: Ontologies such as the Gene Ontology (GO) and their use in annotations make cross species comparisons of genes possible, along with a wide […]

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An exercise in kidney factomics: From article titles to RDF knowledge base

on by Phillip Lord in 2011, Comments (0)

*Abstract Motivation: There are many existing resources that integrate data between databases; they do this either semantically by the use of RDF and triplestores (e.g. Bio2RDF), or with web […]

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The Coriell Cell Line Ontology: Rapidly Developing Large Ontologies

on June 8, 2011 by Phillip Lord in 2011, Comments (0)

*Abstract:   Motivation: Many online catalogues of biomedical products and artifacts exist that are loosely structured but of great value to the community. These include cell lines, enzymes, antibodies, […]

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