Edinburgh Human Developmental Anatomy
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Countries that developed this resource United Kingdom
Created in 2003
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An ontology of human developmental anatomy.
Hunter A,Kaufman MH,McKay A,Baldock R,Simmen MW,Bard JB
J Anat 2003
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