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ready Ontology of Glucose Metabolism Disorder

Abbreviation: OGMD

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Ontology of Glucose Metabolism Disorder includes disease names, phenotypes and their classifications involved in Glucose Metabolism Disorder, Diabetes. It must be used with other two ontologies, in the case of Diabetes: the Ontology of Geographical Region (OGR) and the Ontology for Genetic Disease Investigations (OGDI). Together, these three ontologies form the Ontology for Genetic Susceptibility Factor (OGSF), which is the project where information about this ontology is stored.

How to cite this record OGMD; Ontology of Glucose Metabolism Disorder; DOI:; Last edited: Dec. 12, 2019, 2:09 p.m.; Last accessed: Jan 26 2022 8:10 a.m.

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Ontology driven modeling for the knowledge of genetic susceptibility to disease.

Lin Y,Sakamoto N
Kobe J Med Sci 2009

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The ontology of genetic susceptibility factors (OGSF) and its application in modeling genetic susceptibility to vaccine adverse events.

Lin Y,He Y
J Biomed Semantics 2014

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