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[bioontology-support] Fw:Biomedical Resource Ontology (v2.5) with Simplified Chinese annotations

Trish Whetzel whetzel at stanford.edu
Fri Mar 13 12:27:33 PDT 2009


Yes, I did receive this email. Puzzling….

 

I’ll check-in with Natasha and Daniel on whether this can be uploaded as a new version. 

 

Trish

 

 

From: Forest Lin [mailto:linforests at yahoo.com.cn] 
Sent: Friday, March 13, 2009 10:01 AM
To: whetzel at stanford.edu
Subject: Fw:Fw:Biomedical Resource Ontology (v2.5) with Simplified Chinese annotations

 


This email is only for determining whether there exists some blockage against my email from linforest at 163.com.

--- 09年3月14日,周六, linforest <linforest at 163.com> 写道:


发件人: linforest <linforest at 163.com>
主题: Fw:Fw:Biomedical Resource Ontology (v2.5) with Simplified Chinese annotations
收件人: "forest-Cnyahoo" <linforests at yahoo.com.cn>
日期: 2009年3月14日,周六,上午12:41

 

 

 

 

---------- 转发邮件信息 ----------
发件人:"linforest <linforest at 163.com>" 
发送日期:2009-03-13 23:40:05
收件人:"Trish Whetzel" <whetzel at stanford.edu>
主题: Fw:Biomedical Resource Ontology (v2.5) with Simplified Chinese annotations

Trish,

Please let me know if it is received.

A big thanks!

Best Regards,
Sincerely,
Lin Zhang

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The PET Center
Department of Nuclear Medicine
Bethune International Peace Hospital
No. 398 Zhongshan Xilu
Shijiazhuang 050082
Hebei Province
People's Republic of China
Email: linforest at 163.com
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---------- 转发邮件信息 ----------
发件人:"linforest <linforest at 163.com>" 
发送日期:2009-02-24 23:46:16
收件人:"Daniel Rubin" <dlrubin at stanford.edu>
抄送:"Natasha Noy" <noy at stanford.edu>"Trish Whetzel" <whetzel at stanford.edu>

 

主题: Biomedical Resource Ontology (v2.5) with Simplified Chinese annotations

Hi Daniel,

The attached is the Biomedical Resource Ontology (v2.5) with Simplified Chinese annotations. I found the Biomedical Resource Ontology on the BioPortal site(http://bioportal.bioontology.org/). The site shows that you are its contacts. I extended its annotations with addition of three DataType properties, i.e., preferredName, shortName and synonym; then for all the classes and properties, Simplified Chinese (and some English) annotations were inserted into the ontology. If possible, would you mind consider this as a update to the existing BioPortal ontology, i.e., the Biomedical Resource Ontology (v2.5)?

Trish is dealing with the problem related to Chinese characters displaying. And there is another BioPortal ontology with Simplified Chinese annotations, i.e., the Amino Acid Ontology uploaded by me.

Thank you so much!

Best Regards,

Sincerely,
Lin Zhang

-------------------------------------
The PET Center
Department of Nuclear Medicine
Bethune International Peace Hospital
No. 398 Zhongshan Xilu
Shijiazhuang 050082
Hebei Province
People's Republic of China
Email: linforest at 163.com
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Best Regards,
Sincerely,
Lin Zhang

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The PET Center
Department of Nuclear Medicine
Bethune International Peace Hospital
No. 398 Zhongshan Xilu
Shijiazhuang 050082
Hebei Province
People's Republic of China
Email: linforest at 163.com
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