CLO: Cell Line Ontology

The Cell Line Ontology (CLO) is a community-based ontology of cell lines. The CLO is developed to unify publicly available cell line entry data from multiple sources to a standardized logically defined format based on consensus design patterns.

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Ontology id: clo
Version: 2.1.178
Number of terms: 43324
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Alexander Diehl

Allen Xiang

Asiyah Yu Lin

Caty Chung

Daniel Cooper

Helen Parkinson

Hiroshi Masuya

Hongjie Pan

James Malone

Jiangan Xie

Jie Zheng

Matthew Brush

Sirarat Sarntivijai

Stefanie Seltmann

Stephan Schurer

Uma Vempati

Xiaolin Yang

Yongqun "Oliver" He (YH)

Yue Liu




Alex Ade

Yuqin Liu


Citation: Sarntivijai S, Lin Y, Xiang Z, Meehan TF, Diehl AD, Vempati UD, Schürer TC, Pang C, Malone J, Parkinson H, Liu Y, Takatsuki T, Saijo K, Masuya H, Nakamura Y, Brush MH, Haendel MA, Zheng J, Stoeckert CJ, Peters B, Mungall CJ, Carey TE, States DJ, Athey BD, He Y. CLO: The Cell Line Ontology. Journal of Biomedical Semantics. 2014, 5:37. doi:10.1186/2041-1480-5-37. PMID: 25852852. PMCID: PMC4387853.



Subject and Keywords

An ontology for the domain of cell lines and cell line cells