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deprecated Edinburgh Human Developmental Anatomy

Abbreviation:EHDA

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This record was deprecated on April 20, 2016 for the following reason(s): This resource is deprecated. Please see the record for the next version of the ontology (https://biosharing.org/bsg-002675) instead.

A structured controlled vocabulary of stage-specific anatomical structures of the human. It has been designed to mesh with the mouse anatomy (EMAP ontology) and incorporates each Carnegie stage of development (CS1-20). The timed version of the human developmental anatomy ontology gives all the tissues present at each Carnegie Stage (CS) of human development (1-20) linked by a part-of rule. Each term is mentioned only once so that the embryo at each stage can be seen as the simple sum of its parts. Users should note that tissues that are symmetric (e.g. eyes, ears, limbs) are only mentioned once. The EHDA; Hunter et al. 2003 is less complete than later versions: it comprises a set of ontologies, one for each Carnegie stage (CS) (1–20) that only includes basic part_of data. Its structure was derived from the original EMAP ontology, and its content was based partly on this and partly on a limited study of sectioned human material.

Record updated: Oct. 7, 2016, 9:12 p.m. by Madekale.


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An ontology of human developmental anatomy.

Hunter A,Kaufman MH,McKay A,Baldock R,Simmen MW,Bard JB
J Anat 2003

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