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• #### DermO; an ontology for the description of dermatologic disease ﻿

(2016-06-13)
Background: There have been repeated initiatives to produce standard nosologies and terminologies for cutaneous disease, some dedicated to the domain and some part of bigger terminologies such as ICD-10. Recently, formally ...
• #### DermO; an ontology for the description of dermatologic disease ﻿

(BioMed Central, 2016-06-13)
${\bf Background:}$ There have been repeated initiatives to produce standard nosologies and terminologies for cutaneous disease, some dedicated to the domain and some part of bigger terminologies such as ICD-10. Recently, ...
• #### Integrating phenotype ontologies with PhenomeNET ﻿

(2017-12-19)
Abstract Background Integration and analysis of phenotype data from humans and model organisms is a key challenge in building our understanding of normal biology and ...
• #### Integrating phenotype ontologies with PhenomeNET. ﻿

(BioMed Central, 2017-12-19)
Background Integration and analysis of phenotype data from humans and model organisms is a key challenge in building our understanding of normal biology and pathophysiology. However, the range of phenotypes and anatomical ...
• #### Ontology-based cross-species integration and analysis of Saccharomyces cerevisiae phenotypes ﻿

(2012-09-21)
Abstract Ontologies are widely used in the biomedical community for annotation and integration of databases. Formal definitions can relate classes from different ontologies and thereby integrate data across different levels ...
• #### Quantitative comparison of mapping methods between Human and Mammalian Phenotype Ontology ﻿

(2012-09-21)
Abstract Researchers use animal studies to better understand human diseases. In recent years, large-scale phenotype studies such as Phenoscape and EuroPhenome have been initiated to identify genetic causes of a species' ...
• #### The role of ontologies in biological and biomedical research: a functional perspective ﻿

(Oxford University Press, 2015-04-10)
Ontologies are widely used in biological and biomedical research. Their success lies in their combination of four main features present in almost all ontologies: provision of standard identifiers for classes and relations ...