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Contributors to the Disease Ontology


AGR - Alliance for Genome Resources
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BioMuta - single-nucleotide variations (SNVs) in cancer
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The Cancer Target Discovery and Development (CTD2) Network
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CIViC - Clinical Interpretations of Variants in Cancer
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ClinGen
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CTD - Comparative Toxicogenomic Database
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FANTOM
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FlyBase
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Immune Epitope Database
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InterMine
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Jackson Laboratory Clincial Knowledgebase (CKB)
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Kids Brain Health Network (NeuroDevNet)
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MGI -Mouse Genome Informatics
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Neuroscience Information Framework
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OMIM - Online Mendelian Inheritance in Man
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PomBase
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Protein Ontology
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Reactome
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RGD - Rat Genome Database
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Wikidata
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WormBase
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Xenbase
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ZFIN - The Zebrafish Information Network
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Users of the Disease Ontology

AAgAtlas ADEPTUS Argo Audis
AutismKB Bio-SimVerb, Bio-SimLex Bio2RDF BioCreative V
BioGrid Biomodels BioSharing BioWes
BioXpress ChemDIS Chipseeker clusterProfiler
COGR comoR CoNVaQ CTD2: Cancer Target Discovery and Development
dbEMT dbGaP DcGO dcGOR
DeCoad DermO DGA dictyBase
DIDEO ontology DincRNA DisGeNET DISNOR
Dizeez DMTO DoCM DOSE
DrugCentral DrugNet Egas FlyBase
Gemma GeneWeaver Genomic Standards Consortium Google
GWASdb HuPSON iCTNet2 IEDB 3.0
IPAD iQdb KOBAS 2.0 LINCS
Literome LiverAtlas LIverWiki Lynx
MalaCards MEDIC MeSH ORA MetSigDis
MicrO MicroPIE MNDRv2.0 MOPED
MPATH NCBO OAHG OCDB
PATRIC pBRIT Pedican Pharos
PhenomeNET PhenoMiner Phevor POEAS
Populus PRISM QueryOR Quest Diagnostics
SNPedia_Gene SurvExpress Target Central Resource Database TargetMine
TRRUST TSGene UniCarbKB VectorBase
VICO VIPR: Virus Pathogen Resource Wikipathways

We actively seek collaborations with other data resources and users to improve data integration, share efforts, and make our data maximally useful to biologists and bioinformaticians. Here are a list of software tools, websites, databases and research projects that: i) support the use of DO data, ii) have integrated DO data, or iii) provide data linkages to the DO website. If we are missing your website, database, software tool and project, please contact us .