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Welcome to the NCBO BioPortal

Welcome to the NCBO BioPortal

RDF Current Status This page summarizes the relationships among specifications, whether they are finished standards or drafts. Below, each title links to the most recent version of a document. Completed Work W3C Recommendations have been reviewed by W3C Members, by software developers, and by other W3C groups and interested parties, and are endorsed by the Director as Web Standards. Group Notes are not standards and do not have the same level of W3C endorsement. Standards Group Notes Drafts Below are draft documents: Last Call Drafts, other Working Drafts . Last Call Drafts Other Working Drafts

Main Page - NCBO Wiki UMLS Terminology Services -- Home untitled Langages documentaires et ontologies — Intranet du service PRATI Synthèse sur les ontologies et langages documentaires élaboré lors de mon stage de fin d'étude à l'ENS et l'INRP au printemps 2007. Cet article a été revu et mis en ligne au printemps 2008, il est extrait de mon rapport de stage: Je travaille pour mon stage de master 2 à l’Inrp et à l’Ens sciences de Lyon à améliorer des taxonomies, que les concepteurs, des scientifiques de différentes disciplines appelaient thésaurus. Certains auteurs cités par Brunon Menon, proposent de nommer tous ces outils « systèmes d’organisation des connaissances » ou « schémas de concept ». Taxonomie Les taxonomies (de termes, de classes, de concepts) désignent la hiérarchie ou l'arborescence autour de laquelle sont construits différents types d'instruments, comme les thésaurus ou les ontologies. Thésaurus Un thésaurus est un index de termes organisés selon une liste hiérarchique. Ontologies Web sémantique

User Page - sbgn.org SBGN study guide Visit the Documents section for: various examples (to get a better idea of what an actual map looks like) some tutorials (very accessible, but not always up-to-date) publications about SBGN (a good start for a brief historical overview) detailed technical specifications (the ultimate reference documents, most up-to-date, but a steep learning curve for beginners) some Frequently Asked Questions Please also check the SBGN PD User Manual when you are ready to draw your own maps. Quick overview The Systems Biology Graphical Notation comprises three complementary languages suited to represent different types of pathways. Process Descriptions (PD) is a language that permits the description of the processes (e.g. biochemical reactions) taking place in a biological system. Entity Relationships (ER) is a language that permits the description of all the relations involving the entities of a biological system. Language reference cards SBGN Bricks dictionary Getting started User Manual

LodLive - browsing the Web of Data Data | 1000 Genomes Sample lists and sequencing progress A summary of sequencing done for each of the three pilot projects is available here. The list of samples and allocations is provided in a spreadsheet. Variant Calls Our variant calls are always released in vcf format. Alignments The main project alignments are available in BAM format. Raw sequence files The main project raw sequence data is available in fastq format. Download data The sequence and alignment data generated by the 1000genomes project is made available as quickly as possible via our mirrored ftp sites. EBI FTP: NCBI FTP: Users in the Americas should use the NCBI ftp site and users in Europe and the rest of the world should use the EBI ftp site The data is also available via an Aspera server from both sites. The plugin should automatically start when you visit either the EBI Aspera site or the NCBI Aspera site. An example command line for ascp looks like:

DBpedia CCSB Interactome Database Preliminary Human Binary Interactome Datasets Available 1. 13,944 unpublished binary protein-protein interactions (HI-II-11)2. Human ORF collection for binary interaction screening here3. Binary protein-protein interactions from test search space here H uman interactome mapping is the flagship project of CCSB. Viruses intrinsically depend on their host cell during the course of infection and can elicit pathological phenotypes similar to those arising from mutations (Gulbahce et al PLoS Comput Biol 2012). Plants have unique features that evolved in response to environmental and ecological challenges. Yeast Interactome version 1 (CCSB-YI1) contains high-quality yeast two-hybrid protein-protein interactions for S. cerevisiae. Fragmentome: Many protein-protein interactions are mediated through independently folding modular domains.

Talks by W3C Speakers Many in the W3C community — including staff, chairs, and Member representatives — present W3C work at conferences and other events. Below you will find a list some of the talks. All material is copyright of the author, except where otherwise noted. Listing is based on the following search constraints: Possible presentation dates: past few months and upcomingTechnology area: Semantic Web February 2014 2014-02-14 (14 FEB)2014-02-20 (20 FEB)Abstract: Data Activity Lead, Phil Archer, assesses the state of Linked Data in 2014, challenging some of the assumptions about where and how it is used, and setting out W3C's plans for the future development of data on the Web. March 2014

American Biotechnologist Much-needed tool for neuroscience emerges after years of work :: Posted by American Biotechnologist on 04-24-2014 Nearly a decade ago, the era of optogenetics was ushered in with the development of channelrhodopsins, light-activated ion channels that can, with the flick of a switch, instantaneously turn on neurons in which they are genetically expressed. The new structurally engineered channel at last gives neuroscientists the tools to both activate and inactivate neurons in deep brain structures using dim pulses of externally projected light. First discovered in unicellular green algae in 2002, channelrhodopsins function as photoreceptors that guide the microorganisms’ movements in response to light. Read more… Advice from a Nobel Prize Laureate :: Posted by American Biotechnologist on 04-23-2014 Want to become a Nobel Prize winner? Don’t listen to anybodyDon’t think about “Big” ideasYour supervisor is decrepit and old…forget about his advice!

TripleMap HEFalMp: Providing Functional Maps of the Human Genome

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