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Comment It appears in some ontologies that assay is restricted to measurement of analytes. We use it here to include any type of measurement procedure, including imaging.
Created 5 October 2007  +
CurationStatus uncurated  +
Definition A planned process with the objective to produce information about the material entity that is the evaluant, by physically examining it or its proxies(Ontology of Biomedical Investigation: obo:OBI_0000070)
EditorialNote This is a proxy class to be replaced by its OBI equivalent, once there is an official release built off BFO v1.1 that can be successfully classified using Pellet v1.5.0 in Protege.
Id nlx_151921  +
Label Assay  +
Modification dateThis property is a special property in this wiki. 10 March 2014 17:58:39  +
ModifiedDate 10 March 2014  +
SuperCategory Planned process  +
Categories Planned process
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Resource:Addiction Research GPCR Assay Bank +, Resource:ArrayExpress +, Resource:Assay Guidance Manual +, Resource:Binding Site +, Resource:Bioassay Ontology +, Resource:Biomarkers Across Neurodegenerative Diseases +, Resource:Burnham Institute for Medical Research, Conrad Prebys Center for Chemical Genomics +, Resource:CDU Metabolic and Oxidative Stress Core Laboratory +, Resource:ChEMBLdb +, Resource:ChemBank +, Resource:Diabetic Complications Consortium +, Resource:Gene Expression Atlas +, Resource:Genomic Metadata for Infectious Agenets +, Resource:Inspiralis +, Resource:International Gene Trap Consortium +, Resource:NIH Chemical Genomics Center +, Resource:National Mouse Metabolic Phenotyping Centers +, Resource:New Iberia Research Center +, Resource:OHSU Biochemical Genetics Laboratory +, Resource:OpenTox Framework +, Keywords


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