A Formal Ontology of Subcellular Neuroanatomy

  title={A Formal Ontology of Subcellular Neuroanatomy},
  author={Stephen D. Larson and Lisa Fong and Amarnath Gupta and Christopher Condit and William J. Bug and Maryann E. Martone},
  journal={Frontiers in Neuroinformatics},
  pages={R21 - 48}
The complexity of the nervous system requires high-resolution microscopy to resolve the detailed 3D structure of nerve cells and supracellular domains. The analysis of such imaging data to extract cellular surfaces and cell components often requires the combination of expert human knowledge with carefully engineered software tools. In an effort to make better tools to assist humans in this endeavor, create a more accessible and permanent record of their data, and to aid the process of… CONTINUE READING


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