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Figure 1. Uberon integrates anatomical ontologies. Anatomical representation of 'lung' and related types and processes are siloed in various ontologies with no connections. EHDAA/EHDAA2, Edinburgh Human Developmental Anatomy, abstract version/abstract version 2; FMA, Foundational Model of Anatomy; GO, Gene Ontology; MA, Mouse Anatomy Ontology; MPO, Mammalian Phenotype Ontology.

Image published in: Mungall CJ et al. (2012)

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