Wednesday, October 30, 2019
 2019 Oct 24;10(1):18. doi: 10.1186/s13326-019-0209-1.

Comprehensive anatomic ontologies for lung development: A comparison of alveolar formation and maturation within mouse and human lung.

These ontologies standardize and expand current terminology for fetal and adult lungs, providing a qualitative framework for data annotation, retrieval, and integration across a wide variety of datasets in the BREATH database. To our knowledge, these are the first ontologies designed to include terminology specific for developmental structures in the lung, as well as to compare common anatomic features and variations between mouse and human lungs. These ontologies provide a unique resource for the LungMAP, as well as for the broader scientific community.

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