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ready Alzheimer's Disease Ontology

Abbreviation: ADO

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The Alzheimer's Disease Ontology (ADO) is an ontology representing relevant knowledge on Alzheimer’s disease. ADO was developed with the purpose of containing information relevant to four main biological views—preclinical, clinical, etiological, and molecular/cellular mechanisms—and contains synonyms and references.


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How to cite this record ADO; Alzheimer's Disease Ontology; DOI:; Last edited: April 15, 2021, 4:31 p.m.; Last accessed: Jan 23 2022 11:22 a.m.

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ADO: a disease ontology representing the domain knowledge specific to Alzheimer's disease.

Malhotra A,Younesi E,Gundel M,Muller B,Heneka MT,Hofmann-Apitius M
Alzheimers Dement 2013

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