This FAIRsharing record describes: An ontology for animal life history and natural history characteristics suitable for populations and higher taxonomic entities.
This FAIRsharing record describes: An ontology of infectious disease epidemiology and ecology (a.k.a. population biology).
This FAIRsharing record describes: MIGS/MIMS (Minimum Information About a (Meta)Genome Sequence) outlines a conceptual structure for extending the core information that has been traditionally captured by the INSDC (DDBJ/EMBL/Genbank) to describe genomic and metagenomic sequences. The MIMS extension describes key aspects of environmental context.
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: This document specifies the minimal guidelines reporting metabolomics work. It does so in a textual form and seeks in the long term to cover all application areas and analysis technologies.
This FAIRsharing record describes: MIATA (Minimal Information About T cell Assays) enables an objective and thorough interpretation of published results from T cell assays. Due to the high similarity between T cell assays and NK cell assays the concept has been expanded to include the Minimal Information About NK cell Assays (MIANKA).
This FAIRsharing record describes: The US National Library of Medicine has developed the Unified Medical Language System (UMLS), whose goal it is to provide integrated access to a large number of biomedical resources by unifying the vocabularies that are used to access those resources. The UMLS Metathesaurus interrelates more than 150 controlled vocabularies in the biomedical domain. The UMLS coverage is quite extensive, including not only many concepts in clinical medicine, but also a large...
This FAIRsharing record describes: The bigBed format stores annotation items that can either be simple, or a linked collection of exons, much as BED files do. BigBed files are created initially from BED type files, using the program bedToBigBed. The resulting bigBed files are in an indexed binary format. The main advantage of the bigBed files is that only the portions of the files needed to display a particular region are transferred to UCSC, so...
"CLUSTAL-W Dendrogram Guide File Format" is a standard, specialising in the fields described under "scope and data types", below. Until this entry is claimed, more information on this project can be found at http://rothlab.ucdavis.edu/genhelp/clustalw+.html. This text was generated automatically. If you work on the project responsible for "CLUSTAL-W Dendrogram Guide File Format" then please consider helping us by claiming this record and updating it appropriately.
This FAIRsharing record describes: The GFF file format stands for "Gene Finding Format" and was invented at the Sanger Centre. GFF is a supported format in GMOD, but it is now deprecated and if you have a choice you should use GFF3.
This FAIRsharing record describes: Variant Call Format (VCF) is a text file format (most likely stored in a compressed manner). It contains meta-information lines, a header line, and then data lines each containing information about a position in the genome.
This FAIRsharing record describes: The microarray track data Browser Extensible Data Format displays configuration files for microarray annotation tracks displayed on the UCSC Genome Browser.
A structured controlled vocabulary for the annotation of mass spectrometry experiments. Developed by the HUPO Proteomics Standards Initiative (PSI).
This FAIRsharing record describes: Multiple domain ontologies have various representations of types of stuff--also called matter, mass, or substance--such as milk, alcohol, and mud. This is modelled in a range of different ways that are not quite compatible with each other as they do not adhere to a single structured approach, at times not even within an ontology itself. The Stuff Ontology is a 'bridging' core ontology describing categories of stuff and formalised in OWL...
This FAIRsharing record describes: THE POSTSCRIPT? LANGUAGE is a simple interpretive programming language with powerful graphics capabilities. Its primary application is to describe the appearance of text, graphical shapes, and sampled images on printed or displayed pages, according to the Adobe imaging model. A program in this language can communicate a description of a document from a composition system to a printing system or control the appearance of text and graphics on a display. The...
This FAIRsharing record describes: BLAT is a multiple algorithms developed for the analysis and comparison of biological sequences such as DNA, RNA and proteins.
This FAIRsharing record describes: The Xenopus Anatomical Ontology (XAO) describes Xenopus anatomy and embryological development using a 'controlled vocabulary' of anatomy terms that are organized in an hierarchy with a graphical structure. XAO terms describe gene expression, and the XAO is constantly being updated in response to the latest published Xenopus research.
This FAIRsharing record describes: Standard flowgram format (SFF) is a binary file format used to encode results of pyrosequencing from the 454 Life Sciences platform for high-throughput sequencing. SFF files can be viewed, edited and converted with DNA Baser SFF Workbench (graphic tool), or converted to FASTQ format with sff2fastq or seq_crumbs.
This FAIRsharing record describes: The Apollo Location Service (LS) Database issues persistent identifiers for locations for specific time intervals, including intervals that start in the past and are still open at present (i.e., the identifier should be used to refer to the location today). Temporally specific location identifiers are particularly important in epidemiology because the epidemiological record includes locations that do not presently exist, location names that have changed and location names whose political boundaries...
This FAIRsharing record describes: The minimum information about a biofilm experiment (MIABiE) initiative has arisen from the need to find an adequate and scientifically sound way to control the quality of the documentation accompanying the public deposition of biofilm-related data, particularly those obtained using high-throughput devices and techniques.
This FAIRsharing record describes: The bracket notation for RNA secondary structures Pseudo-knot free secondary structures can be represented in the space-efficient bracket notation, which is used throughout the Vienna RNA package.
This FAIRsharing record describes: The UniProt Tissue List is a controlled vocabulary of terms used to annotate biological tissues. It also contains cross-references to other ontologies where tissue types are specified.
This FAIRsharing record describes: Original homepage was http://www.ebi.ac.uk/newt/. This link no longer works as NEWT is deprecated.
This FAIRsharing record describes: The Biospecimen Reporting for Improved Study Quality (BRISQ) recommendations outlined are intended to apply to any study in which human biospecimens are used. The BRISQ guidelines are proposed as an important and timely resource tool to strengthen communication and publications around biospecimen-related research and help reassure patient contributors and the advocacy community that the contributions are valued and respected.
This FAIRsharing record describes: Neuroscience Domain Insight Graphs (neuDIGs) was created to serve the needs of systems-level neuroscience: an advanced, complex scientific subject. The goal is to provide a large-scale, practical, common representation for neuroscientific knowledge that is primarily concerned with properties and characteristics of neuron populations that may (or may not) be explicitly identified by name.