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Table 1 A summary of the ontologies that have been identified as covering content areas of relevance for eNanoMapper

From: eNanoMapper: harnessing ontologies to enable data integration for nanomaterial risk assessment

Ontology detail Availability Primary content and focus
NanoParticle Ontology (NPO), [5] Nanomaterial types, properties and experiments
Chemical Entities of Biological Interest (ChEBI), [6] Chemical compounds, groups and roles, and nanomaterial types
Chemical information ontology (CHEMINF), [7] Chemical qualities and descriptors, both calculated and measured
Chemical Methods Ontology (CHMO) Chemical processes and experimental methods
Physico-Chemical Process Ontology (REX) http: // Chemical processes and experimental methods
Unit Ontology (UO), [8] Units for measured or calculated quantities
Phenotype and Quality Ontology (PATO), [9] Qualities and phenotypes
Ontology for Biomedical Investigations (OBI), [10] Experiments and assays
BioAssay Ontology (BAO), [11] Experiments and assays
Gene Ontology (GO), [12] Molecular functions, biological processes and cellular components
Protein Ontology (PRO), [13] Proteins and protein complexes
Cell Ontology (CL), [14] Cell types
Cell Culture Ontology (CCONT), [15] Cell lines
UBERON, [16] Multi-species anatomy
Environment Ontology (ENVO), [17] Environments such as soil and sediment
Ontology of Adverse Events (OAE), [18] Adverse events of a medical nature