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Table 1 XML Tags

From: Word add-in for ontology recognition: semantic enrichment of scientific literature

Ontology Term Mark-up
General Format
<named-content content-type="biolit" id="ncbo_id=X;term_id=Y:Z;term=Q;url=http://H">
Q
</named-content>
Example with data
<named-content
content-type="biolit" id="ncbo_id=38436;term_id=CL:0000031;term=neuroblast;url=http://bioportal.bioontology.org/
visualize/39004">
neuroblast
</named-content>
Note: url=http://HHH is optional
Database Identifier Mark-up
General Format
<ext-link xlink:href="http://linktodatabase" ext-link-type="databaselabel">
DATABASEID
</ext-link>
Example with data
<ext-link xlink:href=http://www.rcsb.org/pdb/explore/explore.do?structureId=1MU2
ext-link-type="pdb">
1MU2
</ext-link>
  1. Semantic data are marked up using tags from the NLM DTD http://dtd.nlm.nih.gov/. The <named-content/> and <ext-link/> tags are used for ontology terms and database identifiers, respectively.