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Association between taxa and nucleotide sequences

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Type Description This is the description of the type of nanopublications you can create through this page.

Such a nanopublication expresses an association between an organism taxon and a nucleotide sequence (that can correspond to a gene or subunit of a gene), for example expressing that Sequence ID (INSDC / Genbank accession number or BOLD Process ID) identifies a given taxon concept.

Example Nanopublication A nanopublication contains as main content a statement in the assertion part (shown in blue) encoded in a way that computers can understand. It is expressed as one or more subject-relation-object structures, each shown on a separate line, where the identifier of the subject (left) is connected to the identifier of the object (right) via the identifier of the relation type (middle).

http://purl.org/np/RA5lyV7V98AAm6BM_s8gv17eRRFZsJqvp2TqCGV6QD3gk RA5lyV7V98 "Araneus diadematus Clerck, 1757 (species) - is identified by nucleotide sequence - GU682758"

This is a local identifier that was minted when the nanopublication was created. http://purl.org/np/RA5lyV7V98AAm6BM_s8gv17eRRFZsJqvp2TqCGV6QD3gk#association association https://w3id.org/biolink/vocab/subject refers to This is a local identifier that was minted when the nanopublication was created. http://purl.org/np/RA5lyV7V98AAm6BM_s8gv17eRRFZsJqvp2TqCGV6QD3gk#taxon taxon .

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