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ready Tumor model repositories Markup Language

Abbreviation: TumorML

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Originally developed as part of the FP7 Transatlantic Tumor Model Repositories project, TumorML has been developed as an XML-based domain-specific vocabulary that includes elements from existing vocabularies, to deal with storing and transmitting existing cancer models among research communities.


Countries that developed this resource European Union , United States

Created in 2010

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How to cite this record TumorML; Tumor model repositories Markup Language; DOI:; Last edited: June 23, 2021, 1:09 p.m.; Last accessed: Aug 03 2021 1:06 a.m.

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Dealing with Diversity in Computational Cancer Modeling

David Johnson, Steve McKeever, Georgios Stamatakos, Dimitra Dionysiou, Norbert Graf, Vangelis Sakkalis, Konstantinos Marias, Zhihui Wang, and Thomas S. Deisboeck
Cancer Informatics 2013

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TumorML: Concept and requirements of an in silico cancer modelling markup language

David Johnson, Jonathan Cooper and Steve McKeever
Conf Proc IEEE Eng Med Biol Soc 2011

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Connecting digital cancer model repositories with markup: introducing TumorML version 1.0

David Johnson, Steve McKeever, Thomas S. Deisboeck and Zhihui Wang
ACM SIGBioinformatics Record 2013

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Semantically linking in silico cancer models

David Johnson, Anthony J. Connor, Steve McKeever, Zhihui Wang, Thomas S. Deisboeck, Tom Quaiser and Eliezer Shochat
Cancer Informatics 2014

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  • FP7-ICT-2009.5.4- 247754 (European Commission FP7)