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ready Human Interaction Network Ontology

Abbreviation: HINO


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The Human Interaction Network Ontology (HINO) is an INO extension for the domain of human interaction networks. It has incorporated Reactome reactions and pathways. Like INO, HINO aligns with BFO. HINO is developed following the OBO Foundry principles. Please note that the homepage listed is an indirect homepage only, as no project-specific homepage could be found.

Homepage http://www.hegroup.org/onenettheory.html

Countries that developed this resource United States

Created in 2013

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How to cite this record FAIRsharing.org: HINO; Human Interaction Network Ontology; DOI: https://doi.org/10.25504/FAIRsharing.w8g777; Last edited: Jan. 8, 2019, 1:36 p.m.; Last accessed: Nov 13 2019 5:05 a.m.


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HINO: a BFO-aligned ontology representing human molecular interactions and pathways

Yongqun He, Zoushuang Xiang
arXiv.org 2013


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Reactome - a curated knowledgebase of biological pathways
The cornerstone of Reactome is a freely available, open source relational database of signaling and metabolic molecules and their relations organized into biological pathways and processes. The core unit of the Reactome data model is the reaction. Entities (nucleic acids, proteins, complexes, vaccines, anti-cancer therapeutics and small molecules) participating in reactions form a network of biological interactions and are grouped into pathways. Examples of biological pathways in Reactome include classical intermediary metabolism, signaling, transcriptional regulation, apoptosis and disease. Inferred orthologous reactions are available for 17 non-human species including mouse, rat, chicken, puffer fish, worm, fly, yeast, rice, and Arabidopsis.

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