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ready Ontology of Drug Neuropathy Adverse Events

Abbreviation: ODNAE

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The Ontology of Drug Neuropathy Adverse Events (ODNAE) is an extension of OAE which serves as a knowledge base comprising drug components, chemical entities of active drug ingredients, drug mechanisms, and drug-inducing neuropathy AEs. ODNAE is a platform for building a drug-induced neuropathy knowledge base and for analyzing the underlying mechanisms of drug-induced neuropathy. The ODNAE-based methods used in this study can also be extended to the representation and study of other categories of adverse events.


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Ontology-based collection, representation and analysis of drug-associated neuropathy adverse events.

Guo A,Racz R,Hur J,Lin Y,Xiang Z,Zhao L,Rinder J,Jiang G,Zhu Q,He Y
J Biomed Semantics 2016

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