50 Works

Metabolite BridgeDb ID Mapping Database (20161227)

Egon Willighagen
BridgeDb ID mapping database for metabolites, using HMDB 3.6, ChEBI 146, and Wikidata (26 December 2016) as data sources. See the attached QC for more details on the changes.

Metabolite BridgeDb ID Mapping Database (20161227)

Egon Willighagen
BridgeDb ID mapping database for metabolites, using HMDB 3.6, ChEBI 146, and Wikidata (26 December 2016) as data sources. See the attached QC for more details on the changes.

NanoWiki (release 3)

Egon Willighagen
Third release of the NanoWiki dataset. This release extends the Linked Data feature, introducing owl:sameAs and skos:closeMatch. The first is used in the new ChEMBL bundle with a few derived fullerenes. A GEO bundle has also been added. Most nanomaterials are now linked directly to articles (with DOIs). The data now describes 420 nanomaterials with 900 measurements (physchem and bioassay data) from 43 research articles.

NanoWiki (release 3)

Egon Willighagen
Third release of the NanoWiki dataset. This release extends the Linked Data feature, introducing owl:sameAs and skos:closeMatch. The first is used in the new ChEMBL bundle with a few derived fullerenes. A GEO bundle has also been added. Most nanomaterials are now linked directly to articles (with DOIs). The data now describes 420 nanomaterials with 900 measurements (physchem and bioassay data) from 43 research articles.

Metabolite BridgeDb ID Mapping Database (20160605)

Egon Willighagen
BridgeDb ID mapping database for metabolites, using HMDB 3.6, ChEBI 140, and Wikidata (4 June 2016) as data sources.
This release fixes storing of ChEBI identifiers in both alternative forms and adds names from Wikidata, useful for drawing new metabolic pathways in PathVisio.
See the attached QC for more details on the changes.

Metabolite BridgeDb ID Mapping Database (20160605)

Egon Willighagen
BridgeDb ID mapping database for metabolites, using HMDB 3.6, ChEBI 140, and Wikidata (4 June 2016) as data sources.
This release fixes storing of ChEBI identifiers in both alternative forms and adds names from Wikidata, useful for drawing new metabolic pathways in PathVisio.
See the attached QC for more details on the changes.

Metabolite BridgeDb ID Mapping Database (20160910)

Egon Willighagen
BridgeDb ID mapping database for metabolites, using HMDB 3.6, ChEBI 142, and Wikidata (7 September 2016) as data sources. This release includes names of compounds in ChEBI, useful for drawing new metabolic pathways in PathVisio.
See the attached QC for more details on the changes.

Metabolite BridgeDb ID Mapping Database (20160910)

Egon Willighagen
BridgeDb ID mapping database for metabolites, using HMDB 3.6, ChEBI 142, and Wikidata (7 September 2016) as data sources. This release includes names of compounds in ChEBI, useful for drawing new metabolic pathways in PathVisio.
See the attached QC for more details on the changes.

Metabolite BridgeDb ID Mapping Database (20161012)

Egon Willighagen
BridgeDb ID mapping database for metabolites, using HMDB 3.6, ChEBI 144, and Wikidata (12 October 2016) as data sources. This release includes names of compounds in ChEBI, useful for drawing new metabolic pathways in PathVisio.
See the attached QC for more details on the changes.

Metabolite BridgeDb ID Mapping Database (20161012)

Egon Willighagen
BridgeDb ID mapping database for metabolites, using HMDB 3.6, ChEBI 144, and Wikidata (12 October 2016) as data sources. This release includes names of compounds in ChEBI, useful for drawing new metabolic pathways in PathVisio.
See the attached QC for more details on the changes.

NanoWiki 4

Egon Willighagen
Added more source annotation and SMILES info for many materialsm and physchem endpoints are now annotated with ontology terms. Furthermore, nanomaterials can now be typed with a specific ontology term, such as the JRC representative test materials.

NanoWiki (release 4)

Egon Willighagen
Added more source annotation and SMILES info for many materialsm and physchem endpoints are now annotated with ontology terms. Furthermore, nanomaterials can now be typed with a specific ontology term, such as the JRC representative test materials.

Metabolite BridgeDb ID Mapping Database (20161106)

Egon Willighagen
BridgeDb ID mapping database for metabolites, using HMDB 3.6, ChEBI 145, and Wikidata (5 November 2016) as data sources. See the attached QC for more details on the changes.

Metabolite BridgeDb ID Mapping Database (20161106)

Egon Willighagen
BridgeDb ID mapping database for metabolites, using HMDB 3.6, ChEBI 145, and Wikidata (5 November 2016) as data sources. See the attached QC for more details on the changes.

NanoWiki (release 4)

Egon Willighagen
Added more source annotation and SMILES info for many materialsm and physchem endpoints are now annotated with ontology terms. Furthermore, nanomaterials can now be typed with a specific ontology term, such as the JRC representative test materials.

xmetdb-20160815.sql

Ola Spjuth, Egon Willighagen & Nina Jeliazkova
Database dump for XMetDB (www.xmetdb.org); an open access and open source database and web interface for the submission and retrieval of experimental metabolite data for drugs and other xenobiotics.

XMetDB database dump as of 20160815 - an open database for xenobiotic metabolism

Ola Spjuth, Egon Willighagen & Nina Jeliazkova
Database dump for XMetDB (www.xmetdb.org); an open access and open source database and web interface for the submission and retrieval of experimental metabolite data for drugs and other xenobiotics.

Database dump of XMetDB 20160815 - an open database for xenobiotic metabolism

Ola Spjuth, Egon Willighagen & Nina Jeliazkova
Database dump for XMetDB (www.xmetdb.org); an open access and open source database and web interface for the submission and retrieval of experimental metabolite data for drugs and other xenobiotics.

XMetDB database dump as of 20160815 - an open database for xenobiotic metabolism

Ola Spjuth, Egon Willighagen & Nina Jeliazkova
Database dump for XMetDB (www.xmetdb.org); an open access and open source database and web interface for the submission and retrieval of experimental metabolite data for drugs and other xenobiotics.

Deliverable Report D5.6 User Application For Conformance To Reporting And Curation Standards

Jiakang Chang Linda Rieswijk
The eNanoMapper project aims to build an ontology and database to collate and describe data relevant for “safe by design” engineered nanomaterial development. Within the nanosafety domain several projects have initiated the development of standards for data reporting and curation. With this deliverable we show how the ontology can be used to test the data completeness within the eNanoMapper database, according to these approved standards, which is tested with the use of SPARQL queries. To...

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  • 2016
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Data Centers

  • figshare Academic Research System
    29
  • ZENODO - Research. Shared.
    16
  • Faculty of 1000 Research Ltd
    5