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ready Cell Behavior Ontology

Abbreviation: CBO

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The Cell Behavior Ontology (CBO) describes multi-cell computational models. In particular to describe both the existential behaviors of cells (spatiality, growth, movement, adhesion, death, ...) and computational models of those behaviors.

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The cell behavior ontology: describing the intrinsic biological behaviors of real and model cells seen as active agents

Sluka JP, Shirinifard A, Swat M, Cosmanescu A, Heiland RW, Glazier JA.
Bioinformatics 2014

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  • LM007885 (National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI), Rockville, MD, USA)

  • R01GM76692 (U.S. National Library of Medicine)

  • R835001 (United States Environmental Protection Agency)