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ready eNanoMapper Ontology

Abbreviation: ENM

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The eNanoMapper ontology covers the full scope of terminology needed to support research into nanomaterial safety. It builds on multiple pre-existing external ontologies such as the NanoParticle Ontology.


Countries that developed this resource European Union

Created in 2014

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How to cite this record ENM; eNanoMapper Ontology; DOI:; Last edited: Jan. 8, 2019, 1:32 p.m.; Last accessed: Jan 29 2022 1:50 p.m.

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

Hastings J,Jeliazkova N,Owen G,Tsiliki G,Munteanu CR,Steinbeck C,Willighagen E
J Biomed Semantics 2015

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Related Databases (2) is a public database hosting nanomaterials characterization data and biological and toxicological information. The database provides various possibilities to search and explore information, and to download data in various standard formats. The database supports data upload through configurable Excel templates.

NanoCommons Knowledge Base
The NanoCommons Knowledge Base is a data source provided by the NanoCommons project. It is based on the BioXM TM Knowledge Management Environment, developed over the last 15 years by Biomax Informatics AG and applied in multiple collaborative research projects and commercial environments. This database requires registration. NanoCommons provides a community framework and infrastructure for reproducible science and in-silico workflows for nanomaterials safety assessment

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