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scicrunch registry fix string that breaks owlapi ttl parser

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tgbugs committed Nov 18, 2019
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"L2L Microarray Analysis Tool: A simple tool for discovering the hidden biological significance in microarray expression data",
"L2L Microarray Database" ;
NIFRID:abbrev "L2L" ;
definition: """NO LONGER IN SERVICE. Documented on August 26, 2019.

Database of published microarray gene expression data, and a software tool for comparing that published data to a user' '''s own microarray results. It is very simple to use - all you need is a web browser and a list of the probes that went up or down in your experiment. If you find L2L useful please consider contributing your published data to the L2L Microarray Database in the form of list files. L2L finds true biological patterns in gene expression data by systematically comparing your own list of genes to lists of genes that have been experimentally determined to be co-expressed in response to a particular stimulus - in other words, published lists of microarray results. The patterns it finds can point to the underlying disease process or affected molecular function that actually generated the observed changed in gene expression. Its insights are far more systematic than critical gene analyses, and more biologically relevant than pure Gene Ontology-based analyses. The publications included in the L2L MDB initially reflected topics thought to be related to Cockayne syndrome: aging, cancer, and DNA damage. Since then, the scope of the publications included has expanded considerably, to include chromatin structure, immune and inflammatory mediators, the hypoxic response, adipogenesis, growth factors, hormones, cell cycle regulators, and others. Despite the parochial origins of the database, the wide range of topics covered will make L2L of general interest to any investigator using microarrays to study human biology. In addition to the L2L Microarray Database, L2L contains three sets of lists derived from Gene Ontology categories: Biological Process, Cellular Component, and Molecular Function. As with the L2L MDB, each GO sub-category is represented by a text file that contains annotation information and a list of the HUGO symbols of the genes assigned to that sub-category or any of its descendants. You don' '''t need to download L2L to use it to analyze your microarray data. There is an easy-to-use web-based analysis tool, and you have the option of downloading your results so you can view them at any time on your own computer, using any web browser. However, if you prefer, the entire L2L project, and all of its components, can be downloaded from the download page. Platform: Online tool, Windows compatible, Mac OS X compatible, Linux compatible, Unix compatible""" .
definition: """NO LONGER IN SERVICE. Documented on August 26, 2019. Database of published microarray gene expression data, and a software tool for comparing that published data to a user's own microarray results. It is very simple to use - all you need is a web browser and a list of the probes that went up or down in your experiment. If you find L2L useful please consider contributing your published data to the L2L Microarray Database in the form of list files. L2L finds true biological patterns in gene expression data by systematically comparing your own list of genes to lists of genes that have been experimentally determined to be co-expressed in response to a particular stimulus - in other words, published lists of microarray results. The patterns it finds can point to the underlying disease process or affected molecular function that actually generated the observed changed in gene expression. Its insights are far more systematic than critical gene analyses, and more biologically relevant than pure Gene Ontology-based analyses. The publications included in the L2L MDB initially reflected topics thought to be related to Cockayne syndrome: aging, cancer, and DNA damage. Since then, the scope of the publications included has expanded considerably, to include chromatin structure, immune and inflammatory mediators, the hypoxic response, adipogenesis, growth factors, hormones, cell cycle regulators, and others. Despite the parochial origins of the database, the wide range of topics covered will make L2L of general interest to any investigator using microarrays to study human biology. In addition to the L2L Microarray Database, L2L contains three sets of lists derived from Gene Ontology categories: Biological Process, Cellular Component, and Molecular Function. As with the L2L MDB, each GO sub-category is represented by a text file that contains annotation information and a list of the HUGO symbols of the genes assigned to that sub-category or any of its descendants. You don't need to download L2L to use it to analyze your microarray data. There is an easy-to-use web-based analysis tool, and you have the option of downloading your results so you can view them at any time on your own computer, using any web browser. However, if you prefer, the entire L2L project, and all of its components, can be downloaded from the download page. Platform: Online tool, Windows compatible, Mac OS X compatible, Linux compatible, Unix compatible""" .

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