Synthetic Biology:Semantic web ontology

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*[http://www.synberc.org/ SynBERC]: [[SynBERC|Synthetic Biology Engineering Research Center]] is a multi-institution research effort to lay the foundation for synthetic biology, which aims to build biological components and assemble them into integrated systems to accomplish specific tasks
*[http://www.synberc.org/ SynBERC]: [[SynBERC|Synthetic Biology Engineering Research Center]] is a multi-institution research effort to lay the foundation for synthetic biology, which aims to build biological components and assemble them into integrated systems to accomplish specific tasks
**[[SynBERC:MIT|MIT SynBERC]]
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*[[Registry_of_Standard_Biological_Models|Registry of Standard Biological Models]]
 
*[[DOI|DOI & LSID info]]
*[[DOI|DOI & LSID info]]
*[http://slam.bs.jhmi.edu/gd/ GeneDesign β2.0]
*[http://slam.bs.jhmi.edu/gd/ GeneDesign β2.0]

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Overview

This is a part of the effort to provide a standardized, extensible, scalable and machine-processable interface for the Registry of Standard Biological Parts. The ideas of the Semantic Web seem to provide a solution to this problem. The success of developing a Synthetic Biology ontology depends in part on a good definition of the BioBricks abstraction hierarchy.

Design

Meetings

  • First meeting
Tuesday (9/20/05) at 3pm, room 68-674; minutes
  • Second meeting
Friday (9/23/05) at 10am, room 68-121; minutes

References

Miscellaneous

Contact: Ilya Sytchev

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