SynDB: a Synapse protein DataBase based on synapse ontology

@inproceedings{Zhang2007SynDBAS,
  title={SynDB: a Synapse protein DataBase based on synapse ontology},
  author={Wuxue Zhang and Yong Zhang and Hui Zheng and Chen Zhang and Wei Xiong and John G. Olyarchuk and Michael G. Walker and Weifeng Xu and Min Zhao and Shuqi Zhao and Zhuan Zhou and Liping Wei},
  booktitle={Nucleic Acids Research},
  year={2007}
}
A synapse is the junction across which a nerve impulse passes from an axon terminal to a neuron, muscle cell or gland cell. The functions and building molecules of the synapse are essential to almost all neurobiological processes. To describe synaptic structures and functions, we have developed Synapse Ontology (SynO), a hierarchical representation that includes 177 terms with hundreds of synonyms and branches up to eight levels deep. associated 125 additional protein keywords and 109 InterPro… CONTINUE READING
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