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FaBiO and CiTO: Ontologies for describing bibliographic resources and citations
This article introduces the principles and architectures of two new ontologies central to the task of semantic publishing: FaBiO, the FRBR-aligned Bibliographic Ontology, an ontology for recording and publishing bibliographic records of scholarly endeavours on the Semantic Web, and CiTO, the Citation Typing Ontology. Expand
Confocal scanning optical microscopy and its applications for biological specimens
The ability to reduce out-of-focus blur, and thus permit accurate non-invasive optical sectioning, that makes confocal scanning microscopy so well suited for the imaging and three-dimensional tomography of stained biological specimens. Expand
Purification and properties of sialoadhesin, a sialic acid‐binding receptor of murine tissue macrophages.
The purification and ligand specificity of sialoadhesin isolated from mouse spleen imply that specific sialoglycoconjugates carrying this structure may be involved in cellular interactions between stromal macrophages and subpopulations of haematopoietic cells and lymphocytes. Expand
Muscular dystrophy in the mdx mouse: Histopathology of the soleus and extensor digitorum longus muscles
The diseased mdx mouse is an excellent mammalian model in which to study the processes of muscle fibre degeneration and regeneration, with the affected mice thus avoiding the end-stage histopathology and physical disability characteristic of the X-linked human Duchenne and Emery-Dreifuss muscular dystrophies. Expand
Modelling OWL Ontologies with Graffoo
Graffoo, i.e., a graphical notation to develop OWL ontologies by means of yEd, a free editor for diagrams, is introduced. Expand
The molecular structure of human erythrocyte spectrin. Biophysical and electron microscopic studies.
Molecules of human erythrocyte spectrin have been examined by electron microscopy after low-angle shadowing and the molecular shape of spectrin is quite distinct from that of myosin, to which it has often been likened. Expand
Semantic publishing: the coming revolution in scientific journal publishing
  • D. Shotton
  • Computer Science
  • Learn. Publ.
  • 1 April 2009
Recent developments in Web technology can be used for semantic enhancement of scholarly journal articles, by aiding publication of data and metadata and providing ‘lively’ interactive access toExpand
CiTO, the Citation Typing Ontology
  • D. Shotton
  • Computer Science, Medicine
  • J. Biomed. Semant.
  • 22 June 2010
This paper describes CiTO and illustrates its usefulness both for the annotation of bibliographic reference lists and for the visualization of citation networks, as well as harmonizing it with other ontologies describing bibliographies and the rhetorical structure of scientific discourse. Expand
The SPAR Ontologies
This paper introduces a set of complementary and orthogonal ontologies that can be used for the description of the main areas of the scholarly publishing domain, known as the SPAR (Semantic Publishing and Referencing) Ontologies. Expand
The Document Components Ontology (DoCO)
DoCO, the Document Components Ontology, an OWL 2 DL ontology that provides a general-purpose structured vocabulary of document elements to describe both structural and rhetorical document components in RDF is introduced. Expand