Current status of biomedical ontologies: developments in 2007
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The goal of this paper is to survey existing biomedical ontologies and their developments in 2007. This paper discusses features of biomedical ontologies that allow true information integration in biomedical domain. The paper is a compilation of several biomedical ontologies like Gene Ontology, Protein Ontology, etc. that have developed serving primarily the purposes of information extraction from on-line biomedical literature and databases.
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