Mouse anatomy ontologies: enhancements and tools for exploring and integrating biomedical data

@inproceedings{Hayamizu2015MouseAO,
  title={Mouse anatomy ontologies: enhancements and tools for exploring and integrating biomedical data},
  author={Terry F. Hayamizu and Richard A. Baldock and Martin Ringwald},
  booktitle={Mammalian Genome},
  year={2015}
}
Mouse anatomy ontologies provide standard nomenclature for describing normal and mutant mouse anatomy, and are essential for the description and integration of data directly related to anatomy such as gene expression patterns. Building on our previous work on anatomical ontologies for the embryonic and adult mouse, we have recently developed a new and substantially revised anatomical ontology covering all life stages of the mouse. Anatomical terms are organized in complex hierarchies enabling… CONTINUE READING
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