The Open Biological and Biomedical Ontology (OBO) Foundry is a collective of ontology developers that are committed to collaboration and adherence to shared principles. The mission of the OBO Foundry is to develop a family of interoperable ontologies that are both logically well-formed and scientifically accurate. To achieve this, OBO Foundry participants voluntarily adhere to and contribute to the development of an evolving set of principles including open use, collaborative development, non-overlapping and strictly-scoped content, and common syntax and relations, based on ontology models that work well, such as the Gene Ontology (GO).. The OBO Foundry is overseen by an Operations Committee with Editorial, Technical and Outreach working groups. The processes of the Editorial working group are modelled on the journal refereeing process. A complete treatment of the OBO Foundry is given in The OBO Foundry: coordinated evolution of ontologies to support biomedical data integration.. On this site ...
The Ontology Lookup Service (OLS) is a repository for biomedical ontologies that aims to provide a single point of access to the latest ontology versions. You can browse the ontologies through the website as well as programmatically via the OLS API. OLS is developed and maintained by the Samples, Phenotypes and Ontologies Team (SPOT) at EMBL-EBI. ...
We present a method and a tool, OntoLearn, aimed at the extraction of domain ontologies from Web sites, and more generally from documents shared among the members of virtual organizations. OntoLearn first extracts a domain terminology from available documents. Then, complex domain terms are semantically interpreted and arranged in a hierarchical fashion. Finally, a general-purpose ontology, WordNet, is trimmed and enriched with the detected domain concepts. The major novel aspect of this approach is semantic interpretation, that is, the association of a complex concept with a complex term. This involves finding the appropriate WordNet concept for each word of a terminological string and the appropriate conceptual relations that hold among the concept components. Semantic interpretation is based on a new word sense disambiguation algorithm, called structural semantic interconnections.
The assumption here of course is that the use of design patterns happened naturally and was not inflated by ulterior motives. So… yes or no: Does a high design pattern density indicate a mature design? Or, does it at least correlate positively?. Disclaimer: Im using Kents and Erichs statement as the motivation for a paper on design pattern density, and I would like to beef it up with further expert witness.. ...
to the RDF exchange syntax for OWL 2 and vice versa. Every OWL 2 ontology can be serialized in RDF, so every OWL 2 ontology in RDF is a valid OWL Full ontology. The RDF syntax of OWL 2 is backwards-compatible with OWL DL, this is, every OWL DL ontology in RDF is a valid OWL 2 ontology. The semantics OWL 2 is defined for ontologies in the functional-style syntax. OWL 2 ontologies serialized in RDF/XML are interpreted by translating them into the functional-style syntax and applying the OWL 2 semantics ...
OWL 2 EL enables polynomial time algorithms for all the standard reasoning tasks; it is particularly suitable for applications where very large ontologies are needed, and where expressive power can be traded for performance guarantees. OWL 2 QL enables conjunctive queries to be answered using standard relational database technology; it is particularly suitable for applications where relatively lightweight ontologies are used to organize large numbers of individuals or where it is useful or necessary to access the data directly via relational queries (e.g., SQL). OWL 2 RL enables the implementation of polynomial time reasoning algorithms using rule-extended database technologies operating directly on RDF triples; it is particularly suitable for applications where relatively lightweight ontologies are used to organize large numbers of individuals or where it is useful or necessary to operate directly on data in the form of RDF triples. Any OWL 2 EL, QL or RL ontology is, of course, also an OWL 2 ...
For non-genomic data, it can be challenging to find an appropriate term for your content type as both the number and maturity of ontologies is decreased. However, a good starting place is EBIs Ontology Lookup Service. At this site you can search for terms that may match your content type. You may find a perfect term, but if you are uncertain if a term is appropriate please open an issue on Tripals GitHub project page to encourage discussion among the community for the ideal term. Not only will this provide you with help and input in your own search for an ontology term, it will also help others with similar data. We intend to add to this page once decisions are made for other data types to make this process easier and encourage sharing of data between Tripal sites. If all else fails and you cannot find an appropriate existing term, it is possible to create a local term using the local vocabulary. In this case describe your term carefully, add it to the database, and use it for content ...
Bio-ontologies provide terminologies for the scientific community to describe biomedical entities in a standardized manner. There are multiple initiatives that are developing biomedical terminologies for the purpose of providing better annotation, data integration and mining capabilities. Terminology resources devised for multiple purposes inherently diverge in content and structure. A major issue of biomedical data integration is the development of overlapping terms, ambiguous classifications and inconsistencies represented across databases and publications. The disease ontology (DO) was developed over the past decade to address data integration, standardization and annotation issues for human disease data. We have established a DO cancer project to be a focused view of cancer terms within the DO. The DO cancer project mapped 386 cancer terms from the Catalogue of Somatic Mutations in Cancer (COSMIC), The Cancer Genome Atlas (TCGA), International Cancer Genome Consortium, Therapeutically Applicable
Preferred Name: Obinutuzumab Definition: A glycoengineered, humanized IgG1 monoclonal antibody with potential antineoplastic activity. Obinutuzumab, a third generation type II anti-CD20 antibody, selectivity binds to the extracellular domain of the human CD20 antigen on malignant human B cells. The Fc region carbohydrates of the antibody, enriched in bisected non-fucosylated glycosylation variants, contribute to its higher binding affinity for human FcgammaRIII receptors compared to non-glycoengineered antibodies, resulting in enhanced antibody-dependent cellular cytotoxicity (ADCC) and caspase-independent apoptosis. In addition, modification of elbow hinge sequences within the antibody variable framework regions may account for the strong apoptosis-inducing activity of R7159 upon binding to CD20 on target cells. Display Name: Obinutuzumab Label: Obinutuzumab NCI Thesaurus Code: C70741 (Search for linked caDSR metadata) (search value sets) NCI Metathesaurus Link: C2742503 (see NCI Metathesaurus ...
GO-Based Term Semantic Similarity: 10.4018/978-1-4666-3604-0.ch005: As the Gene Ontology (GO) plays more and more important roles in bioinformatics research, there has been great interest in developing objective and accurate
CCO basically contains genes, proteins, interactions (comprising genes or proteins that participate in them), processes from the cell cycle subtree of GO, molecular functions (GO), taxa, and ontological constructs (like an upper level ontology and relationships) to stick everything together. The knowledge represented in the system is expected to grow in quantity (integrating more data and different resources) and quality (organizing everything with Ontology Design Patterns and new relationships).. ...
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Phenotypic qualities (properties). This ontology can be used in conjunction with other ontologies such as GO or anatomical ontologies to refer to phenotypes. Examples of qualities are red, ectopic, high temperature, fused, small, edematous and arrested ...
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Description: Ontology alignment, the task of identifying mappings between ontologies, is a key task for knowledge sharing between applications that use different ontologies. Manual alignment is time-consuming and difficult when dealing with large ontologies, which are common in biomedical domain, while automatic alignment shows low coverage. We present a tool with user-friendly GUI for semi-automatic ontology alignment, called NViz. It helps human experts focus on pairs of ontology clusters that are likely to have missing mappings. NViz utilizes a state of-the-art system of ontology alignment, called BOAT, and a hierarchical clustering method. Institution: Nanyang Technological University Contacts: Watson W.K. Chua, Jung-jae Kim, Bui Duc Hieu Home Page: http://nlp.sce.ntu.edu.sg/wiki/projects/nviz/NViz.html ...
Ontologies have been converted into Open Biological Ontologies (OBO) format and are accessible over the web using the Genetic Model Organism Database (GMOD) AmiGO viewer. This program displays and allows free text searches of the SoyBase ontologies. It is accessible at the SoyBase web site at http://soybase.org/ontology.php. In addition, the SoyBase ontologies were also made viewable and searchable at the OBO Foundry website, BioPortal (http://bioportal.bioontology.org/ontologies/47150?p=terms) and at the Generation Challenge Program Crop Ontology website (http://www.cropontology.org/ontology/SOY/SoyBase Soybean Trait Ontology). The existing SoyBase Simple Semantic Web Architechture and Protocol (SSWAP) services have been upgraded and were incorporated into the iPlant Collaboratives Semantic Discovery Environment. SoyBase staff curated 44 Quantitative Trait Locus (QTL) references from the literature, representing 844 new QTL records added to the Soybean Breeders Toolbox and to the Soybean ...
Abstract: Biomedical ontologies are crucial for bridging the gap between biomedical data and biomedical knowledge, since they provide a structured and unambiguous model of the concepts needed to understand a domain. Developing and maintaining a biomedical ontology is a time and effort-consuming task, given the dynamic and expanding nature of biomedical knowledge. This is a relevant issue for very large ontologies which cover a broad domain, for smaller ontologies maintained by a small team and also for domains where being able to perform quick updates is critical (e.g. epidemiology). To help minimize this effort, we can capitalize on ontology engineering methods, such as ontology learning and ontology matching, to provide new candidate concepts for a biomedical ontology, and thus extend it. I am developing a methodology for semi-automated ontology extension, called Auxesia, which aims at addressing two of the biggest issues when working with biomedical ontologies: their size and the complexity ...
The integration of the International Classification of Diseases for Oncology (ICD-O) and the NCI Thesaurus (NCIT) is expected to facilitate the integration of epidemiology data (cancer registries) with basic and clinical research data. We evaluated the degree to which ICD-O and NCIT provide consiste …
We report on an ongoing research project, aiming at a digital as well as a printed edition of the globe on the basis of a new (2011) high-resolution digital photographic record and a 3D reconstruction. Furthermore, there is a database of digitized analog images of its surface taken in 1990 and black-and-white images from 1940. Based on these image data, a comprehensive catalogue of all visually relevant places including text fields is built up by means of a domain ontology for medieval cartography in description logics (OWL-DL). Up to now, nearly 3000 instances (catalogue entries and comments) have been created. These instances are the core of the planned edition. Generic concepts and properties for objects, time and space, events, actors, processes, etc., are represented in a reference ontology, such that domain specific concepts are derived from the generic ones. The ICOM/CIDOCs Conceptual Reference Model CRM (ISO 21227) is such a reference ontology; our implementation Erlangen CRM provides ...
you can specify that the thesaurus created be case-sensitive.. In addition, when a case-sensitive thesaurus is specified in a query, the thesaurus lookup uses the query terms exactly as entered in the query. Therefore, queries that use case-sensitive thesauri allow for a higher level of precision in the query expansion, which helps lookup when and only when you have a case-sensitive index.. For example, a case-sensitive thesaurus is created with different entries for the distinct meanings of the terms Turkey (the country) and turkey (the type of bird). Using the thesaurus, a query for Turkey expands to include only the entries associated with Turkey.. ...
Ontologies are being developed for the life sciences to standardise the way we describe and interpret the wealth of data currently being generated. As more ontology based applications begin to emerge, tools are required that enable domain experts to contribute their knowledge to the growing pool of ontologies. There are many barriers that prevent domain experts engaging in the ontology development process and novel tools are needed to break down these barriers to engage a wider community of scientists. We present Populous, a tool for gathering content with which to construct an ontology. Domain experts need to add content, that is often repetitive in its form, but without having to tackle the underlying ontological representation. Populous presents users with a table based form in which columns are constrained to take values from particular ontologies. Populated tables are mapped to patterns that can then be used to automatically generate the ontologys content. These forms can be exported as
The prevelance of digital information raised issues regarding the suitability of conventional library tools for organizing information. The multi-dimensionality of digital resources requires a more versatile and flexible representation to accommodate intelligent information representation and retrieval. Ontologies are used as a solution to such issues in many application domains, mainly due to their ability to explicitly specify the semantics and relations and to express them in a computer understandable language. Conventional knowledge organization tools such as classifications and thesauri resemble ontologies in a way that they define concepts and relationships in a systematic manner, but they are less expressive than ontologies when it comes to machine language. This paper used the controlled vocabulary at the Gateway to Educational Materials (GEM) as an example to address the issues in representing digital resouces. The theoretical and methodological framework in this paper serves as the rationale
Description: The goal of DDI project is to develop an ontology for the description of drug discovery investigations. DDI aims to follow to the OBO (Open Biomedical Ontologies) Foundry principles, uses relations laid down in the OBO Relation Ontology, and be compliant with Ontology for biomedical investigations (OBI). Institution: Aberystwyth University Contacts: Da Qi, Larisa Soldatova, Ross King, Andrew Hopkins, Richard Bickerton Home Page: http://purl.org/ddi/home ...
Gene functional annotations are an essential part of knowledge discovery in the analysis of large datasets, with the Gene Ontology [Ashburner et al., 2000] as the de facto standard for such annotations. A considerable number of approaches for quantifying functional similarity between gene products based on the semantic similarity between their annotations have been developed, but little guidance exists as to which of these measures are the most appropriate for different purposes. This was addressed here by comparing the performances of a number of similarity measures and associated parameters. This comparison provided some interesting new insights as well as confirming emerging trends from the literature. There is also a pressing need for novel ways of applying these measures to facilitate the functional analysis of lists of gene products. We developed a novel algorithm, FuSiGroups, to group GO terms based on their semantic similarity and genes based on their functional similarity. This two-fold ...
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Description: In the context of prenatal diagnosis of fetal malformation, knowledge of similar and resolved cases (i.e. previous cases with a diagnosis validated by fetal post-mortem examination) is essential for diagnosis orientation. Therefore, access to biomedical data collected over the years by fetopathological experts is crucial.This work addresses the imperious need to gather all the fetopathological data and to make it easily accessible for an effective use of this collective memory. Our research hypothesis is that scanning fetopathological medical records will bring added value in terms of knowledge, allowing the design of a fetal abnormalities knowledge-base. The medical records will be structured and enriched by indexing using ontological and terminological resources and their links with external knowledge (publications, databases). Semantic and linguistic processes will provide access to similar cases. Institution: Inserm, Paris, France Contacts: Jean Charlet, Xavier Aim, Andreea ...
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NCS partners some of the best healthcare technology providers to deliver seamless and quality care at the community, secondary, and tertiary levels. We provide solutions that support a dynamic, patient-centric environment that keeps up with rapid changes in healthcare needs and policies.. NCS healthcare consultants are well-versed in clinical vocabularies, terminologies, and classification systems related to disease reporting, tests, adverse drug reactions, quality of life, and case mix acuity. We also have extensive experience in the development, implementation, variance analysis, and reporting of clinical indicators and clinical pathways (protocols) for each disease and procedural group.. NCS improves processes and implements modules that deliver efficient operations at healthcare institutions. This also leads to better management of healthcare costs. Our solutions include:. ...
SUMO (Suggested Upper Merged Ontology) ;; ================================================ ;; This is the source file for the SUMO (Suggested Upper Merged Ontology), ;; an ontology that was developed within the SUO Working Group by merging ;; the SUO candidate content sources and refining and extending this content on ;; the basis of various knowledge engineering projects and input from the SUO ;; Working Group. ;; The SUMO incorporates John Sowas upper ontology (as described at ;; http://www.bestweb.net/~sowa/ontology/toplevel.htm and in Chapter 2 of his ;; book _Knowledge Representation_, Brooks/Cole, 2000), Russell and Norvigs ;; ontology, PSL (Process Specification Language), Casati and Varzis theory of ;; holes, Allens temporal axioms, the relatively noncontroversial elements of ;; Smiths and Guarinos respective mereotopologies, the KIF formalization of the ;; CPR (Core Plan Representation), the ontologies available on the Ontolingua ;; server maintained by Stanford Universitys ...
SUMO (Suggested Upper Merged Ontology) ;; ================================================ ;; This is the source file for the SUMO (Suggested Upper Merged Ontology), ;; an ontology that was developed within the SUO Working Group by merging ;; the SUO candidate content sources and refining and extending this content on ;; the basis of various knowledge engineering projects and input from the SUO ;; Working Group. ;; The SUMO incorporates John Sowas upper ontology (as described at ;; http://www.bestweb.net/~sowa/ontology/toplevel.htm and in Chapter 2 of his ;; book _Knowledge Representation_, Brooks/Cole, 2000), Russell and Norvigs ;; ontology, PSL (Process Specification Language), Casati and Varzis theory of ;; holes, Allens temporal axioms, the relatively noncontroversial elements of ;; Smiths and Guarinos respective mereotopologies, the KIF formalization of the ;; CPR (Core Plan Representation), the ontologies available on the Ontolingua ;; server maintained by Stanford Universitys ...
View value sets organized by standards category or source terminology. Standards categories group the value sets supporting them; all other labels lead to the home pages of actual value sets or source terminologies. Search or browse a value set from its home page, or search all value sets at once from this page (very slow) to find which ones contain a particular code or term. Many of these value sets are subsets of NCI Thesaurus that are developed jointly with EVS partners as federal and international coding standards (see the NCI Thesaurus Subsets page).. ...
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Computational approaches to study biochemistry require machine accessible representations of biochemical knowledge. Based on the requirements for assembling, managing and analysing genome-scale constraint-based models of liver metabolism we developed a semantic data model for representation of liver biochemical knowledge. Employing a role-based representation of biochemical processes as molecular events specified in the Web Ontology Language (OWL) we here outline an information model that employs ...
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The National Center for Biomedical Ontology was founded as one of the National Centers for Biomedical Computing, supported by the NHGRI, the NHLBI, and the NIH Common Fund under grant U54-HG004028.. ...
Hi all, The OBO Foundry is currently working on some new and improved ontology management strategies. As these strategies and infrastructure mature, we will be making announcements on the OBO-Discuss mailing list and contacting each ontology steward. Because this listserve is currently listed as a contact for an OBO Foundry registered ontology, we would request that someone on this list please suggest a contact person. Please note that we will continue to maintain links to these associated listserves. Each ontology contact/steward (regardless if OBO or OWL) should subscribe to obo-discuss. You can do so here: https://lists.sourceforge.net/lists/listinfo/obo-discuss We would be grateful for your help in accomplishing our goal of having a contact person for each OBO ontology registered with the Foundry. On behalf of the OBO Foundry, Melissa Dr. Melissa Haendel Assistant Professor Ontology Development Group, OHSU Library http://www.ohsu.edu/library/ Department of Medical Informatics and ...
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Take a journey through the human body and learn medical terminology related to all 11 of its organ systems. In this course, we discuss diseases of the cardiovascular, lymphatic, respiratory, nervous, skeletal, muscular, integumentary (skin), urinary, digestive, and male and female reproductive systems. We also go over different diagnostic and treatment procedures for each system. As you progress through the course, youll learn the meaning of many prefixes, root words, and suffixes, and youll greatly increase your medical terminology vocabulary!. To reinforce your learning, the lessons include activities and assignments designed to give you additional practice in understanding and remembering the medical terminology taught in this course. By the end of this course, youll find that you have greatly increased your knowledge of medical terminology as well as broadened your understanding of human disease!. ...
Take a journey through the human body and learn medical terminology related to all 11 of its organ systems. In this course, youll learn about diseases of the cardiovascular, lymphatic, respiratory, nervous, skeletal, muscular, integumentary (skin), urinary, digestive, and male and female reproductive systems. Youll also go over different diagnostic and treatment procedures for each system. As you progress through the course, youll learn the meaning of many prefixes, root words, and suffixes, and youll greatly increase your medical terminology vocabulary!. To reinforce your learning, the lessons include activities and assignments designed to give you additional practice in understanding and remembering the medical terminology taught in this course. By the end of this course, youll find that you have greatly increased your knowledge of medical terminology as well as broadened your understanding of human disease!. ...
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Authors: Boulos, Maged N. Kamel Article Type: Research Article Abstract: HealthCyberMap (http://healthcybermap.semanticweb.org ) is a Semantic Web project that aims at mapping selected parts of health information resources in cyberspace in novel semantic ways to improve their retrieval and navigation. This paper describes HealthCyberMap semantic subject search engine methodology and early prototype which attempt to overcome the limitations of conventional free text search engines. Explicit concepts in resource metadata map onto a brokering domain ontology (a clinical terminology or classification) allowing a Semantic Web search engine to infer implicit meanings (synonyms and semantic relationships) not directly mentioned in either the resource or its metadata. Similarly, user queries would map to …the same ontology allowing the search engine to infer the implicit semantics of user queries and use them to optimise retrieval. Related issues of metadata, clinical terminologies and automatic vs. ...
Basic medical terminology is used to precisely describe the human body components, processes, illnesses, medical procedures, and pharmacology. Medical terms are used in the field of medicine, and clinical settings. This section deals with all med terms beginning with the letter M, and features a med term prefix list along with roots and suffixes.. Letter M - Cusis Medical Term Medical Terminology - A to Z ...
When the prefixes are detached from a term, it is followed by a hyphen (-). cardi/o, ... amniocentesis - surgical puncture of the amniotic sac. The root word plasma means a semi-liquid form found in cells. -al is a very common suffix in medical terminology. When you understand that most medical terms are derived from Latin or Greek, its easier to figure out what the words mean by breaking them down. Home; Assignments / Agenda; Materials; Curriculum / Standards; Medical Terminology Root Words Quickly memorize the terms, phrases and much more. Q. what does it mean when an ultrasound shows an empty amniotic sac and no baby? Start studying Medical Terminology List 2: Common Word Roots. conjunctival sac the potential space, lined by conjunctiva, between the eyelids and the eyeball. https://medical-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com/sac. Article by DL. They can be used Suffix: The ending part of a word that modifies the meaning of the word. There are a few rules when using medical roots. For now, we ...
Elucidation of the direct/indirect protein interactions and gene associations is required to fully understand the workings of the cell. This can be achieved through the use of both low- and high-throughput biological experiments and in silico methods. We present GAP (Gene functional Association Predictor), an integrative method for predicting and characterizing gene functional associations. GAP integrates different biological features using a novel taxonomy-based semantic similarity measure in predicting and prioritizing high-quality putative gene associations. The proposed similarity measure increases information gain from the available gene annotations. The annotation information is incorporated from several public pathway databases, Gene Ontology annotations as well as drug and disease associations from the scientific literature. We evaluated GAP by comparing its prediction performance with several other well-known functional interaction prediction tools over a comprehensive dataset of known direct
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Knowledge Representation furthers research on formalisms and tools for semantically precise and computable knowledge representation in relation to biomedicine.. Informaticians working in this area-Biomedical Knowledge Representation and Semantics-are interested in knowledge representation techniques (e.g., frames, semantic network and description logics), biomedical ontologies (e.g., SNOMED CT and Gene Ontology), semantic web representations (e.g., RDF, SKOS and OWL), and technologies. They explore the role of knowledge representation in knowledge management, data integration and interoperability, biomedical reasoning (inferencing) and decision support, and study current trends and future directions of this exciting field.. Visit the online community for this group at http://connect.amia.org/KRS-WG. To send a message to this group, please use ...
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Some of the selected vocabularies have base URI entered. Do you want to replace relations in other vocabularies that are pointing to the deletable vocabulary with fully qualified URIs?. ...
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