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Newcastle AuthorsTitleYearFull text
Jordan Barnes
Dr John Colquhoun
Dr Marie Devlin
Laura Heels
Dr Phillip Lord
et al.
Designing a Portfolio-Oriented Curriculum using Problem Based Learning2020
Hannah O'Keefe
Dr Rachel Queen
Dr Phillip Lord
Dr Joanna Elson
What can a comparative genomics approach tell us about the pathogenicity of mtDNA mutations in human populations?2020
Dr Jennifer Warrender
Professor Anthony Moorman
Dr Phillip Lord
A fully computational and reasonable representation for karyotypes2019
Dr Phillip Lord
Measuring expert performance at manually classifying domain entities under upper ontology classes2019
Dr Goksel Misirli
Dr Angel Goni-Moreno
James Alastair McLaughlin McLaughlin
Professor Christopher Myers
Dr Phillip Lord
et al.
SBOL-OWL: An Ontological Approach for Formal and Semantic Representation of Synthetic Biology Information2019
Hannah O'Keefe
Dr Rachel Queen
Dr Phillip Lord
Dr Joanna Elson
Haplogroup Context is Less Important in the Penetrance of Mitochondrial DNA Complex I Mutations Compared to mt-tRNA Mutations2018
Dr Rachel Spiering
Professor John Isaacs
Dr Catharien Hilkens
Dr Phillip Lord
Minimum information about T regulatory cells: A step toward reproducibility and standardization2018
Aisha Blfgeh
Dr Jennifer Warrender
Dr Catharien Hilkens
Dr Phillip Lord
A document-centric approach for developing the tolAPC ontology2017
Mohammad Halawani
Dr Rob Forsyth
Dr Phillip Lord
A Literature Based Approach to Define the Scope of Biomedical Ontologies: A Case Study on a Rehabilitation Therapy Ontology2017
Mohammad Halawani
Dr Rob Forsyth
Dr Phillip Lord
A literature based approach to define the scope of biomedical ontologies: A case study on a rehabilitation therapy ontology2017
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