OntoBiotope (ICPSR doi:10.15454/1.4382640528105164E12)

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Title:

OntoBiotope

Identification Number:

doi:10.15454/1.4382640528105164E12

Distributor:

Portail Data INRAE

Date of Distribution:

2018-01-25

Version:

3

Bibliographic Citation:

Nédellec, Claire, 2018, "OntoBiotope", https://doi.org/10.15454/1.4382640528105164E12, Portail Data INRAE, V3

Study Description

Citation

Title:

OntoBiotope

Identification Number:

doi:10.15454/1.4382640528105164E12

Authoring Entity:

Nédellec, Claire

Distributor:

Portail Data INRAE

Distributor:

AgroPortal

Access Authority:

lovinra

Depositor:

lovinra

Date of Distribution:

2013

Study Scope

Keywords:

Food and food processing, Human Nutrition and food security, Microorganisms

Abstract:

OntoBiotope is an ontology of microorganism habitats. Its modeling principle and its lexicon reflect the biotope classification used by biologists to describe microorganism isolation sites (e.g. GenBank, GOLD, ATCC). OntoBiotope is developed and maintained by the Meta-omics of Microbial Ecosystems (MEM) network in which 30 microbiologists from INRA (French National Institute for Agricultural Research) from all fields of applied microbiology participate. The relevance of OntoBiotope terms is evaluated through the PubMedBiotope semantic search engine. It identifies and categorizes microbial biotopes in all PubMed abstracts by applying the ToMap method (Text to Ontology Mapping) to the OntoBiotope ontology. It also indexes 3,35 millions relations between taxa and their habitats.

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Bibliographic Citation:

Text-mining and ontologies: new approaches to knowledge discovery of microbial diversityProceedings of the 4th International Microbial Diversity Conference. pp. 221-227, ed. Marco Gobetti. Pub. Simtra. ISBN 978-88-943010-0-7, Bari, October 2017