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FAIRsharing record for: Animals in Research: Reporting In Vivo Experiments

This FAIRsharing record describes: The ARRIVE (Animal Research: Reporting In Vivo Experiments) guidelines are intended to improve the reporting of research using animals - maximising information published and minimising unnecessary studies. The ARRIVE guidelines were developed in consultation with the scientific community as part of an NC3Rs initiative to improve the standard of reporting of research using animals. They are available in Chinese (Mandarin), French, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese (including Brazilian Portuguese) and Spanish as...

FAIRsharing record for: Minimum Information about a Protein Affinity Reagent

This FAIRsharing record describes: MIAPAR is intended to be used as a guideline for experimentalists who wish to unambiguously describe protein affinity reagents and their protein targets (including but not limited to Ab/Ag interactions). It specifies the minimum amount of information which should be present, or directly traceable, in any publication, database entry or commercial catalogue describing either the production or use of affinity reagents such as antibodies, aptamers, protein scaffolds etc. The Minimum Information...

FAIRsharing record for: Drosophila development

This FAIRsharing record describes: A structured controlled vocabulary of the developmental stages of Drosophila melanogaster. It provides a controlled vocabulary for use in annotation and classification of data related to Drosophila anatomy, such as gene expression, phenotype and images.

FAIRsharing record for: Neutron, X-ray and muon Data Format

This FAIRsharing record describes: NeXus is an international standard developed by scientists and programmers worldwide to foster more collaboration and data sharing in the analysis and visualization of neutron, x-ray, and muon data. NeXus has its foundation on HDF5 and adds domain-specific rules for organizing data within HDF5 files as welll as a dictionary of well-defined domain-specific field names.

FAIRsharing record for: CellML

This FAIRsharing record describes: CellML language is an open standard based on the XML markup language. CellML is being developed by the Auckland Bioengineering Institute at the University of Auckland and affiliated research groups. The purpose of CellML is to store and exchange computer-based mathematical models. CellML allows scientists to share models even if they are using different model-building software. It also enables them to reuse components from one model in another, thus accelerating model...

FAIRsharing record for: Biological Imaging methods Ontology

This FAIRsharing record describes: A structured controlled vocabulary of sample preparation, visualization and imaging methods used in biomedical research.

FAIRsharing record for: Ontology of Clinical Research

This FAIRsharing record describes: OCRe is an OWL ontology designed to support the systematic description of, and interoperable queries on, human studies and study elements.

FAIRsharing record for: Simple Omnibus Format in Text

This FAIRsharing record describes: Using Simple Omnibus Format in Text (SOFT), researchers can readily upload and download data. The resource is text-based so can be compatible with simple spreadsheets and data applications. A SOFT file can simultaneously contain both tabulated data as well as descriptive information for a chain of related Platforms, Samples, and/or Series records.

FAIRsharing record for: Disease Ontology

This FAIRsharing record describes: The Disease Ontology has been developed as a standardized ontology for human disease with the purpose of providing the biomedical community with consistent, reusable and sustainable descriptions of human disease terms, phenotype characteristics and related medical vocabulary disease concepts.

FAIRsharing record for: Minimum Information About Sample Preparation for a Phosphoproteomics Experiment

This FAIRsharing record describes: Please note: We cannot find an up-to-date website or official reporting guideline document for this resource. As such, we have marked it as Uncertain. Please contact us if you have any information on the current status of this resource.

FAIRsharing record for: Outbreak Reports and Intervention studies Of Nosocomial infection

This FAIRsharing record describes: In order to raise the standards of research and publication, a CONSORT equivalent for these largely quasi-experimental studies has been prepared by the authors of two relevant systematic reviews undertaken for the HTA and the Cochrane Collaboration. The statement was revised following widespread consultation with learned societies, editors of journals and researchers. It consists of a 22 item checklist, and a summary table. Like CONSORT, ORION considers itself a work in...

FAIRsharing record for: Core Scientific MetaData model

This FAIRsharing record describes: Capturing high level information about scientific studies and the data that they produce, the CSMD is developed to support data collected within a facility?s scientific workflow. However the model is also designed to be generic across scientific disciplines and has application beyond facilities science, particularly in the ?structural sciences? (such as chemistry, material science, earth science, and biochemistry) which are concerned with analysing the structure of substances, and perform systematic experimental...

FAIRsharing record for: Gel electrophoresis Markup Language

This FAIRsharing record describes: GelML is a data exchange format for describing the results of gel electrophoresis experiments. GelML is developed as a HUPO-PSI working group.

FAIRsharing record for: RNA Ontology

This FAIRsharing record describes: RNAO is a controlled vocabulary pertaining to RNA function and based on RNA sequences, secondary and three-dimensional structures. The central aim of the RNA Ontology Consortium (ROC) is to develop an ontology to capture all aspects of RNA - from primary sequence to alignments, secondary and tertiary structure, and from base pairing and base stacking interactions to sophisticated motifs.

FAIRsharing record for: Chemical Markup Language

This FAIRsharing record describes: CML (Chemical Markup Language) is an XML language designed to hold most of the central concepts in chemistry. It was the first language to be developed and plays the same role for chemistry as MathML for mathematics and GML for geographical systems. CML covers most mainstream chemistry and especially molecules, reactions, solid-state, computation and spectroscopy as well as a wide range of chemical properties, parameters and experimental observation. It is particularly...

FAIRsharing record for: INOH Molecule Role

This FAIRsharing record describes: A structured controlled vocabulary of concrete protein names and generic (abstract) protein names. This ontology is a INOH pathway annotation ontology, one of a set of ontologies intended to be used in pathway data annotation to ease data integration. IMR is part of the BioPAX working group.

FAIRsharing record for: Systems Biology Results Markup Language

This FAIRsharing record describes: Systems Biology Results markup language (SBRML) specifies models composed of molecular species, and their interactions (including reactions). The markup language is intended to specify results from operations carried out on models ? SBRML. This resource can be used to communicate experimental data as long as it is possible to express the data in terms of a reference SBML model. SBRML is a means of specifying quantitative results in the context of...

FAIRsharing record for: Symptom Ontology

This FAIRsharing record describes: The symptom ontology was designed around the guiding concept of a symptom being: "A perceived change in function, sensation or appearance reported by a patient indicative of a disease". There is a close relationship between Signs and Symptoms, where Signs are the objective observation of an illness. The Symptom Ontology will work to broaden its scope to capture and document in a more robust manor these two sets of terms. At...

FAIRsharing record for: Access to Biological Collection Data DNA extension

This FAIRsharing record describes: ABCDDNA is a theme specific extension for ABCD (Access to Biological Collections Data) created to facilitate storage and exchange of data related to DNA collection units, such as DNA extraction specifics, DNA quality parameters, and data characterising products of downstream applications, along with the relation to the analysed voucher specimen. ABCDDNA is an XML Schema extension to ABCD 2.06, which offers only a rudimentary set of DNA-specific data ("Sequences").

FAIRsharing record for: CDISC Laboratory Data Model

This FAIRsharing record describes: LAB provides a standard model for the acquisition and exchange of laboratory data, primarily between labs and sponsors or CROs. The LAB standard was specifically designed for the interchange of lab data acquired in clinical trials.

FAIRsharing record for: Minimal Information for Protein Functional Evaluation

This FAIRsharing record describes: Reporting requirements for the evaluation of recombinant protein functionality ? MIPFE version 0.1. Please note: We cannot find an up-to-date website for this resource. As such, we have marked it as Uncertain. Please contact us if you have any information on the current status of this resource.

FAIRsharing record for: Minimal Metagenome Sequence Analysis Standard

This FAIRsharing record describes: A proposed set of minimal standard analyses necessary for proper interpretation of meta-omic data and to allow comparative metagenomics and metatranscriptomics. Please note: We cannot find an up-to-date website for this resource. As such, we have marked it as Uncertain. Please contact us if you have any information on the current status of this resource.

FAIRsharing record for: Minimum Information About a Microarray Experiment involving Plants

This FAIRsharing record describes: MIAME/Plant is a standard describing which biological details should be captured for describing microarray experiments involving plants. Detailed information is required about biological aspects such as growth conditions, harvesting time or harvested organ(s).

FAIRsharing record for: General Formal Ontology: Biology

This FAIRsharing record describes: GFO-Bio is a biological core ontology based on the top-level ontology General Formal Ontology (GFO).

FAIRsharing record for: Ontology of Drug Neuropathy Adverse Events

This FAIRsharing record describes: The Ontology of Drug Neuropathy Adverse Events (ODNAE) is an extension of OAE which serves as a knowledge base comprising drug components, chemical entities of active drug ingredients, drug mechanisms, and drug-inducing neuropathy AEs. ODNAE is a platform for building a drug-induced neuropathy knowledge base and for analyzing the underlying mechanisms of drug-induced neuropathy. The ODNAE-based methods used in this study can also be extended to the representation and study of...

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