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Table 1 Examples of Object Properties and Classes for the CE Ontology

From: Semantic inference using chemogenomics data for drug discovery

Properties Classes Explanation
isSimilarTo Chemical Compound,
Chemical Compound
Chemical Compound is similar to Chemical Compound
isActiveIn Chemical Compound,
PubChem BioAssay
Chemical is tested active in the bioassay
isContainedIn Chemical Compound,
Journal Article
Chemical is contained in the article
hasGenes Pubchem BioAssay/Drug/Journal Article, Gene Bioassay/Drug/Article has found the gene term related the corresponding text;
Bioassay/Drug/Article has a reference to the gene
hasDisease Pubchem BioAssay/Drug/Journal Article, Disease Bioassay/Drug/Article has found the disease term related the corresponding text;
Bioassay/Drug/Article has a reference to the disease
isAssociatedWith Gene, Disease Gene and disease is associated
hasSimilarity Chemical Compound, Similarity Chemical has similarity value based on Tanimoto coefficient.