By Albert Burger, Duncan Davidson, Richard Baldock
This publication offers a well timed and first-of-its-kind selection of papers on anatomy ontologies. it really is interdisciplinary in its technique, bringing jointly the suitable services from computing and biomedical reports. The publication goals to supply readers with a finished figuring out of the rules of anatomical ontologies and the-state-of-the-art by way of latest instruments and purposes. It additionally highlights demanding situations that stay this present day.
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Note that, in addition to the hierarchy and parts, there is additional information about the tissue itself (right panel). 3 Associated Resources There are three associated resources that are worth mentioning: SAEL and EVOC have been produced for low-level anatomical annotation, the former () is speciesindependent and intended for microarray annotation, the latter was designed for human annotation but is more generally applicable. Both are closer to controlled vocabularies than substantial ontologies and neither can be used in any formal way as they only use an is a relationship for tissue and their anatomies are not spaceﬁlling.
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It deals with what is typically true. Clinical practice must deal with the myriad variations and distortions that occur in practice. Representation of normal and abnormal anatomy and the relationships between various abnormalities is a major unmet challenge. • Synonyms and variant terminology. Issues of terminology and synonyms is as prevalent in anatomy as in any other biological ﬁeld. Differences occur over time and between different academic communities and between different geographical locales.
Anatomy Ontologies for Bioinformatics: Principles and Practice (Computational Biology) by Albert Burger, Duncan Davidson, Richard Baldock