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* We cleaned up the NIF molecule class to remove duplicates created by the original import hierarchy.
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* We created tables that classify NeuroLex neurons based on their neurotransmitter.  These classifications were generated automatically through the use of the "has neurotransmitter" property.  They may be viewed from the [[Neuron]] page.
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* We created tables that classify NeuroLex neurons based on their neurotransmitter.  These classifications were generated automatically through the use of the "has neurotransmitter" property.  They may be viewed from the [[Neuron by neurotransmitter]] page.

Revision as of 13:52, 26 February 2009

  • We cleaned up the NIF molecule class to remove duplicates created by the original import hierarchy.
  • We created tables that classify NeuroLex neurons based on their neurotransmitter. These classifications were generated automatically through the use of the "has neurotransmitter" property. They may be viewed from the Neuron by neurotransmitter page.


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