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Ontological phenotype standards for neurogenetics. -
May 11, 2012
HubMed - ontology[tiab]
Hum Mutat. 2012 May 9; Köhler S, Doelken SC, Rath A, Aymé S, Robinson PN Neurological disorders comprise one of the largest groups of human diseases. Due to the myriad symptoms and the extreme degree of clinical variability characteristic of many neurological diseases, the differential diagnosis process is extremely challenging. Even though most neurogenetic diseases are individually rare, collectively, the subgroup of neurogenetic disorders is large, comprising more than 2,400 different disorders. Recently, increasing efforts have been undertaken to unravel the molecular basis of neurogenetic diseases and to correlate pathogenetic mechanisms with clinical signs and symptoms. In order to enable computer-based analyses, the systematic representation of the neurological phenotype is of major importance. We demonstrate how the Human Phenotype Ontology (HPO) can be incorporated into these efforts by providing a systematic semantic representation of phenotypic abnormalities encountered in...
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