This FAIRsharing record describes: A structured controlled vocabulary for describing ingredients that constitute microbial growth media used in biological research centers.
This FAIRsharing record describes: CVDO is an ontology based on the OGMS model of disease, designed to describe entities related to cardiovascular diseases (including the diseases themselves, the underlying disorders, and the related pathological processes). It is being developed at Sherbrooke University (Canada) and the INSERM research institute (Institut National de la Sant? et de la Recherche M?dicale).
This FAIRsharing record describes: Recommended reporting guidelines for research resources frequently used in biomedical research, including antibodies, constructs, cell lines, model organisms and knockdown reagents. The purpose of these guidelines is to determine what information is required to uniquely identify a resource, either using "extrinsic" identifiers or providing sufficient metadata about "intrinsic" attributes to identify sufficiently characterize a resource. The Resource Identification Initiative was developed as an extension of these guidelines.
This FAIRsharing record describes: This is an ontology with SWRL rules of nutrition for diabetic patient. We can import the value of Blood Sugar and Weight by .xls and use that like instance for generate the rules with rule engine Jess.
This FAIRsharing record describes: OWL-Time is an OWL-2 DL ontology of temporal concepts, for describing the temporal properties of resources in the world or described in Web pages. The ontology provides a vocabulary for expressing facts about topological (ordering) relations among instants and intervals, together with information about durations, and about temporal position including date-time information. Time positions and durations may be expressed using either the conventional (Gregorian) calendar and clock, or using another temporal...
This FAIRsharing record describes: OGG is a biological ontology in the area of genes and genomes. OGG uses the Basic Formal Ontology (BFO) as its upper level ontology. This OGG document contains the genes and genomes of a list of selected organisms. Each gene in OGG has over 10 annotation items, includes gene-associated Gene Ontology (GO) and PubMed article information. OGG has represented genes in human, two viruses, and four bacteria. Additionally, 7 OGG subsets...
This FAIRsharing record describes: Allen Brain Atlas P56 Mouse Ontology
This FAIRsharing record describes: RXNO, the name reaction ontology, connects organic name reactions such as the Diels-Alder cyclization and the Cannizzaro reaction to their roles in an organic synthesis.
This FAIRsharing record describes: The Space-Time Coordinate (STC) metadata for the Virtual Observatory provides a standard for users to specify the spatial coordinates they work in; these will, for most astronomical users, be some flavor of equatorial coordinates. However, there are many variations, not only in terms of different equatorial systems, either from historical collections (FK1-4) or in the uses of Galactic or ecliptic coordinates, but also geographic, barycentric, planetocentric, and instrumental detector coordinates, most...
This FAIRsharing record describes: The PLOS Thesaurus includes over 10,000 Subject Area terms covering the wide range of research topics included the PLOS journals. It was initially built for us over the course of 2012 by Access Innovations (http://www.accessinn.com/). The entire corpus of PLOS articles was analysed to ensure that the thesaurus covers the research domain comprehensively. We release updates several times a year.
This FAIRsharing record describes: This is a vocabulary of taxonomic ranks intended to replace the sets of rank terms found in the Teleost Taxonomy Ontology, the OBO translation of the NCBI taxonomy and similar OBO taxonomy ontologies. It provides terms for taxonomic ranks drawn from both the NCBI taxonomy database and from a rank vocabulary developed for the TDWG biodiversity information standards group. Each term contains cross reference links to the resources that use the...
This FAIRsharing record describes: The dielectric properties of biological tissues quantify the interaction of electromagnetic fields with the body. Specifically, the dielectric properties include the relative permittivity and conductivity. These properties are different for each tissue, and vary with temperature and frequency. This standard is for data and metadata collection of dielectric data, in order to facilitate accurate and repeatable measurements.
This FAIRsharing record describes: The need for a way to represent genes/gene products separately from annotations, as well as the need to use the evidence ontology has lead to the creation of the GPAD (Gene Product Annotation Data) and GPI (Gene Product Information) formats. Whilst GPAD and GPI have been defined for use within the Gene Ontology Consortium for GO annotation, this specification is designed to be reusable for analagous ontology-based annotation - for example,...
This FAIRsharing record describes: The Simulation Data Access Layer protocol (SimDAL) defines a set of resources and associated actions to discover and retrieve simulations and numerical models in the Virtual Observatory. SimDAL and the Simulation Data Model are dedicated to cover the needs for the publication and retrieval of any kind of simulations: N-body or MHD simulations, numerical models of astrophysical objects and processes, theoretical synthetic spectra, etc... SimDAL is divided in three parts. First,...
This FAIRsharing record describes: The Ontology of Physical Exercises (OPE) provides a reference for describing an exercise in terms of functional movements, engaged musculoskeletal system parts, related equipment or monitoring devices, intended health outcomes, as well as target ailments for which the exercise might be employed as a treatment or preventative measure.
This FAIRsharing record describes: MIMIx is a community guideline advising the user on how to fully describe a molecular interaction experiment and which information it is important to capture. The document is designed as a compromise between the necessary depth of information to describe all relevant aspects of the interaction experiment, and the reporting burden placed on the scientist generating the data.
This FAIRsharing record describes: A vocabulary for buffalo, cattle, chicken, goat, horse, pig, and sheep breeds.
This FAIRsharing record describes: Orthology Ontology
This FAIRsharing record describes: matrRockIgneous
FAIRsharing record for: Enzyme Reaction Ontology for annotating Partial Information of chemical transformationFAIRsharing Team
This FAIRsharing record describes: Enzyme Reaction Ontology for annotating Partial Information of chemical transformation
This FAIRsharing record describes: APA Occupational and Employment Cluster
This FAIRsharing record describes: this is a test with the legal cluster of apa ontology
This FAIRsharing record describes: OCMR is a biomedical ontology that represents anti-rheumatism traditional Chinese medicines and related information.
This FAIRsharing record describes: APA Tests and Testing Cluster
This FAIRsharing record describes: The first part of this specification describes the syntax and structure of OBO Format using BNF. This states how strings of characters in OBOF Files are parsed into abstract OBO documents, and describes constraints on the structure of these documents. The second part of this specification describes the semantics of an OBO document via a mapping to OWL2-DL and community metadata vocabularies.