August 23, 2006
Event Ontology Ver.1.60
The latest Event Ontology is Ver.1.60
Event Ontology is an ontology of pathways.
It classifies pathways, sub-pathways and other biological phenomena to form a DAG structure.
You can download it from the OBO site and from our download page.
Event Ontology Release Notes
Version: 1.60 (23th Aug. 2006)
Event Ontology is an ontology that organizes the concepts and terms of pathway objects such as sub-pathways, biological processes and experimental environments appearing in the cellular pathway (e.g. signal transductions, disease pathways, metabolic pathways, etc.) The concepts in the Event Ontology were manually extracted from scientific articles and text books. Each concept has a link to Gene Ontology if possible.
Changes from version 1.59
[Added terms and definitions]
1. terms related to molecular interaction (e.g., IEV_0002721:enzymatic reaction)
2. definitions related to pathway (e.g., IEV_0000208:IKK-NF-kappaB cascade)
More information about Event Ontology
Tatsuya Kushida, Toshihisa Takagi and Ken Ichiro Fukuda, Event Ontology: A Pathway-Centric Ontology for Biological Processes. Pacific Symposium on Biocomputing 11:152-163(2006).
All entries 2666
GO IDs 259
KEGG PATHWAY IDs 173
Reactome IDs 110
PSI-MI IDs 53
Posted by KenFukuda : August 23, 2006 10:19 AM
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