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The NIAID sponsored a Cell Ontology Workshop, May 13-14, 2008, in Bethesda, focusing on improving representation of immune cell types in the Cell Ontology. The participants in the workshop worked together to extend the current ontology in the area of immune cell types and to provide the necessary information for the upcoming restructuring of the Cell Ontology in single-inheritance form with genus-differentia definitions.

Workshop Agenda

Summary of Workshop Proceedings


Graphical Views of Hematopoietic Cells in the Cell Ontology (May 2008)


Slide Presentations from Meeting

A_Diehl_Cell_Ontology_Workshop_Introduction

C_Mungall_OBO_Introduvtion

A_Diehl_Meeting_Goals

R_Scheuermann_Cell_Ontology_Intro

A_Diehl_T_cell_Introduction

P_Morel T cells

A_Diehl_B_Cell_Introduction

OBO Foundry, Chris Mungall

Important Links

OBO Foundry Ontologies

Cell Type Ontology page on the Modeling Immunity for Biodefense WIki (requires approval)

Leukocyte Surface Marker Ontology (cdo.obo, created by Martin Zand)

GO Consortium Home Page

An Excel spreadsheet of current immune and hematopoietic cell types in the Cell Ontology can be found here. This spreadsheet has columns for additional descriptive information for the existing immune cell types that participants are invited to fill in as they like: proper is_a parent, morphology, surface markers, transcription factors, location, role or process, and lineage. This information will be used in constructing formal definitions for these cell types.

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