Cell type

The Cell Ontology is designed as a structured controlled vocabulary for cell types. This ontology was constructed for use by the model organism and other bioinformatics databases, where there is a need for a controlled vocabulary of cell types. This ontology is not organism specific; indeed it includes cell types from prokaryotes to mammals, including plants and fungi. A full description of the Cell Ontology can be found in Bard, Rhee and Ashburner. 2005. An Ontology for Cell Types.

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Source http://bioportal.bioontology.org/ontologies/1006
Producteur Alex Diehl
Mainteneur BioPortal project on behalf of ontology owner.
links:bioportal-aao 41
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links:bioportal-canco 59
links:bioportal-csp 103
links:bioportal-dc_cl 44
links:bioportal-ddanat 31
links:bioportal-efo 52
links:bioportal-ev 155
links:bioportal-fao 43
links:bioportal-fbbt 155
links:bioportal-galen 71
links:bioportal-gro_x1 59
links:bioportal-lnc 15
links:bioportal-mat 13
links:bioportal-mccl_x1 2064
links:bioportal-mesh-owl 17
links:bioportal-mp 88
links:bioportal-msh 177
links:bioportal-ncit 340
links:bioportal-nif 70
links:bioportal-nif_cell 60
links:bioportal-obi 22
links:bioportal-po 102
links:bioportal-po_x2 62
links:bioportal-rcd 45
links:bioportal-sao 45
links:bioportal-snomedct 183
links:bioportal-syn 202
links:bioportal-tao 777
links:bioportal-vao 30
links:bioportal-vhog 21
links:bioportal-wbbt 35
links:bioportal-xao 162
links:bioportal-zfa 783
published-via http://sparql.bioontology.org
sparql-named-graph http://bioportal.bioontology.org/ontologies/CL
triples 29166

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