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!version: $Revision: 1.64 $
!date: $Date: 2012/03/22 14:44:14 $
!
! Uberon Reference Collection
!
! The GO reference collection is a set of abstracts that can be cited
! in the GO ontologies (e.g. as dbxrefs for term definitions) and
! annotation files (in the Reference column).
!
! The collection houses two main kinds of references; one type are
! descriptions of methods that groups use for ISS, IEA, and ND
! evidence codes; the other type are abstract-style descriptions of
! "GO content" meetings at which substantial changes in the ontologies
! are discussed and made.
!
! data fields for this file:
!
! go_ref_id: [mandatory; cardinality 1; GO_REF:nnnnnnn]
! alt_id: [not mandatory; cardinality 0,1,>1; GO_REF:nnnnnnn]
! title: [mandatory; cardinality 1; free text]
! authors: [mandatory; cardinality 1; free text??
! or cardinality 1,>1 and one entry per author?]
! year: [mandatory, cardinality 1]
! external_accession: [not mandatory; cardinality 0,1,>1; DB:id]
! citation: [not mandatory; cardinality 0,1; use for published refs]
! abstract: [mandatory; cardinality 1; free text]
! comment: [not mandatory; cardinality 1; free text]
! is_obsolete: [not mandatory; cardinality 0,1; 'true';
! if tag is not present, assume that the ref is not obsolete
! denotes a reference no longer used by the contributing database]
!
! If a database maintains its own internal reference collection, and
! has a record that is equivalent to a GO_REF entry, the database's
! internal ID should be included as an external_accession for the
! corresponding GO_REF.
!
!This data is available as a web page at
!http://www.geneontology.org/cgi-bin/references.cgi
!
go_ref_id: UBERONREF:0000001
title: The representation of epithelium morphotopology in ontologies
authors: Chris Mungall, Jonathan Bard, David Hill, David Osumi-Sutherland, Melissa Haendel
year: 2011
abstract:
url: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1MnUgispgGfNQoezYzWzzGTnkAnI0gzRnJIwdip6MMtw/edit
go_ref_id: UBERONREF:0000002
title: Phenotype RCN Neural Crest Meeting
authors:
year: 2012
abstract: The neural crest workshop consists of a combination of domain experts with a variety of expertise (comparative neural crest anatomy, craniofacial, placodal, ENS/PNS, cell typing, etc) and ontologists. The outcome will be a much improved representation of neural crest amongst a number of ontologies including (but not limited to!) the Gene Ontology (GO), Uberon, the vertebrate musculosketal ontology (VAO), mouse anatomy (MA), the cell ontology, human developmental (EHDAA2/FMA), and the Teleost Anatomy Ontology (TAO). The hope is that the participants will form a new community around this work and author a paper together.
url: http://wiki.phenotypercn.org/wg/phenotypercn/index.php?title=Neural_Crest_Workshop
go_ref_id: UBERONREF:0000003
title: Appendages and appendicular skeleton
authors: VAO editors, Uberon editors, other AO editors
year: 2012
abstract:
url: https://docs.google.com/document/d/16JZOuH9sh_a8uIXA4cqg0Q1H6MV5yCj3-rhuKsZoV_U/edit
go_ref_id: UBERONREF:0000004
title: Mereotopology Axioms in Anatomy Ontologies
authors: Uberon editors
year: 2012
abstract:
url: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1cPWBqrl_Qy7XHEWFqtR_PgQX61yRkgGuLaiDpnEXxkE/edit
go_ref_id: UBERONREF:0000006
title: Ontology schema for representing the cephalic region and postcranial axial skeletal system
authors: Uberon editors
year: 2012
abstract:
url: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1r9kNPpFYGdu0SpJDLyFAVQczBlG0wAZCBMd18gG3Ot8/edit#
go_ref_id: UBERONREF:0000007
title: Vertebrate cranial terms
authors: John Lundberg and Wasila Dahdul (Phenoscape)
year: 2011
abstract:
url: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0Aj8NJdyb-leqdDM0R3hTVTRHRExDVjRCSkZEbDc5N1E#gid=0
go_ref_id: UBERONREF:0000008
title: Obo-anatomy call, 2012-08-17
authors: (Add participants here)
year: 2012
abstract: Decisions reached about axial skeleton: bless a 3 level division into cranial, axial and appendicular. here "axial skeleton" refers to what we have been calling "post-cranial axial skeleton" in uberon (and MA). We can still retain what we had been calling "axial skeleton" as a grouping class, but it can be renamed something like "axial skeleton plus cranial skeleton"
url: http://wiki.phenotypercn.org/wiki/August_2012_Notes
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