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[bioontology-support] full id vs short id in ontology terms

Trish Whetzel whetzel at
Tue May 18 11:14:28 PDT 2010

In addition, Web services are being developed that will return RDF for  
a term.


On May 18, 2010, at 9:21 AM, Trish Whetzel wrote:

> Hi Lena,
> As a quick note, we are developing a PROTOTYPE triple store that is  
> accessible at: As for the  
> other items, a fix has been implemented to provide the full URI via  
> the widgets and I am checking to see when this will be available on  
> the production site.
> Trish
> On May 18, 2010, at 9:02 AM, Helena Deus wrote:
>> Hello,
>> When trying to obtain a full URI for certain terms using the  
>> ontology widgets, I came acrros many terms that do not have a full  
>> ID in the format of a URI. For example, the term "MRSA", in  
>> ontology id 40397 (concept id is T4539). I have been trying to  
>> discover, using the same json service that bioportal widgets use  
>> (ex: 
>> , but even there no full ID in the format of a URI exists.
>> Alternativelly, I tried to get the full URI using the "concepts"  
>> REST service ( 
>> ), but this leads me to a list of terms formatted as XML. Ideally,  
>> to be SPARQL compatible, I would meed this URI (or the full UID  
>> within it) to return data in RDF format, is it possible? Maybe with  
>> a small addition of syntax this could be achieved (ex: 
>>  ?? I may be missing something but was unable to find in the  
>> documentation how to obtain the necessary RDF representation to  
>> integrate in SPARQL queries.
>> Thanks
>> Lena
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