A top-level ontology of functions and its application in the Open Biomedical Ontologies

@article{Burek2006ATO,
  title={A top-level ontology of functions and its application in the Open Biomedical Ontologies},
  author={Patryk Burek and Robert Hoehndorf and Frank Loebe and Johann Visagie and Heinrich Herre and Janet Kelso},
  journal={Bioinformatics},
  year={2006},
  volume={22 14},
  pages={e66-73}
}
MOTIVATION A clear understanding of functions in biology is a key component in accurate modelling of molecular, cellular and organismal biology. Using the existing biomedical ontologies it has been impossible to capture the complexity of the community's knowledge about biological functions. RESULTS We present here a top-level ontological framework for representing knowledge about biological functions. This framework lends greater accuracy, power and expressiveness to biomedical ontologies by… CONTINUE READING

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