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GCO - Genome Component Ontology

The Genome Component Ontology is intended to define the abstract division of the total genetic information of an organism by its physical separation into different components, thereby providing a high level reference point to which more specific descriptions of the characteristics of these components can be linked.

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Contactz.tatum@lumc.nl
Topicsgenetics, functional genomics, data integration and warehousing, insdxml
SpeciesAll life
Class Count5
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dc:contributor
Zuotian Tatum
dc:created
2012-10-01
dc:creator
Andrew Gibson
dc:modified
2013-5-23
owl:versionInfo
0.2
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The Genome Component Ontology is intended to define the abstract division of the total genetic information of an organism by its physical separation into different components, thereby providing a high level reference point to which more specific descriptions of the characteristics of these components can be linked. It is not intended to describe any specific characteristics of genome components derived through experimentation such as gene content, length, function, location, loci or sequence, such descriptions can be linked to instances described using this schema to aid integration.
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Genome Component Ontology
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