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ready Anatomical Entity Ontology

Abbreviation:AEO


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The AEO ontology of anatomical structures is a resource to facilitate the increase in knowledge in anatomy ontologies, supporting annotation and enabling compatibility with other anatomy ontologies. The ontology can be used to classify most organisms as its terms are appropriate for most plant and fungal tissues. It is envisaged that in future the ontology will include more non-animal anatomical terms.


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The AEO, an Ontology of Anatomical Entities for Classifying Animal Tissues and Organs.

Bard JB
Front Genet 2012

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