|Description||NIF Standard ontology (NIFSTD) is a core component of Neuroscience Information Framework (NIF) project (http://neuinfo.org), a semantically enhanced portal for accessing and integrating neuroscience data, tools and information. NIFSTD includes a set of modular ontologies that provide a comprehensive collection of terminologies to describe neuroscience data and resources.|
|Contact||Fahim Imam, firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Categories||All Organisms, Anatomy, Biological Process, Cell, Cellular anatomy , Dysfunction, Molecule, Neurologic Disease, Neurological Disorder, Other, Subcellular, Subcellular anatomy|
|Submission||Release Date||Upload Date||Downloads|
|220.127.116.11 - September 3, 2013 (Parsed, Indexed, Metrics)||09/03/2013||09/03/2013||Ontology|
|2.9.6 - July 18, 2013 (Archived)||08/05/2013||08/05/2013||Ontology|
|2.9.1 - January 23, 2012 (Archived)||01/23/2013||01/30/2013||Ontology|
|2.8.2 - June 21, 2012 (Archived)||06/22/2012||06/22/2012||Ontology|
|2.8.1 - May 25, 2012 (Archived)||06/06/2012||06/06/2012||Ontology|
|2.5 - October 17, 2011 (Archived)||10/17/2011||11/18/2011||Ontology|
|2.3 - June 10, 2011 (Archived)||06/14/2011||06/14/2011||Ontology|
|2.2 - December 20, 2010 (Archived)||03/08/2011||03/08/2011||Ontology|
|Submission||View Links||Release Date||Upload Date||Downloads|
|unknown (Parsed, Indexed, Metrics)||UI view | linked data||10/28/2012||10/28/2012||Ontology View|
|1.4 (Archived)||UI view | linked data||11/13/2009||11/14/2009||Ontology View|
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