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About

PGxLOD is intended to host pharmacogenomic knowledge that the PractiKPharma project will extract from various sources such as the literature and Electronic Health Records.

Integrated data sets

Integration methods and generated mappings are described in [1]. The main ontology used, PGxO, and the encoding for provenance metadata are described in [2]. The integrated data sets are:

Statistics

Examples of SPARQL queries

Counting instances of pgxo:Gene

SELECT COUNT(DISTINCT ?entity)
WHERE
{
    ?entity a <http://pgxo.loria.fr/Gene>
}

Getting the graph around CYP2D6 wih a length <= 4

CONSTRUCT
{
    <http://bio2rdf.org/clinvar:CYP2D6> ?p1 ?o1.
    ?o1 ?p2 ?o2 .
    ?o2 ?p3 ?o3 .
    ?o3 ?p4 ?o4 .
}
WHERE
{
    <http://bio2rdf.org/clinvar:CYP2D6> ?p1 ?o1 .
    OPTIONAL
    {
        ?o1 ?p2 ?o2 .
        OPTIONAL
        {
            ?o2 ?p3 ?o3 .
            OPTIONAL
            {
              ?o3 ?p4 ?o4 .
            }
        }
    }
}

References

  1. Dalleau, K., Marzougui, Y., Da Silva, S., Ringot, P., Ndiaye, N. C., & Coulet, A. (2017). Learning from biomedical linked data to suggest valid pharmacogenes. Journal of biomedical semantics, 8(1), 16. [link]
  2. Monnin, P., Jonquet, C., Legrand, J., Napoli, A., & Coulet, A. (2017, October). PGxO: A very lite ontology to reconcile pharmacogenomic knowledge units. In Methods, tools & platforms for Personalized Medicine in the Big Data Era. [link]
  3. Landrum, M. J., Lee, J. M., Benson, M., Brown, G. R., Chao, C., Chitipiralla, S., ... & Karapetyan, K. (2017). ClinVar: improving access to variant interpretations and supporting evidence. Nucleic acids research, 46(D1), D1062-D1067.
  4. Wishart, D. S., Knox, C., Guo, A. C., Cheng, D., Shrivastava, S., Tzur, D., ... & Hassanali, M. (2007). DrugBank: a knowledgebase for drugs, drug actions and drug targets. Nucleic acids research, 36(suppl_1), D901-D906.
  5. Kuhn, M., Campillos, M., Letunic, I., Jensen, L. J., & Bork, P. (2010). A side effect resource to capture phenotypic effects of drugs. Molecular systems biology, 6(1), 343.
  6. Kuhn, M., Letunic, I., Jensen, L. J., & Bork, P. (2015). The SIDER database of drugs and side effects. Nucleic acids research, 44(D1), D1075-D1079.
  7. Piñero, J., Bravo, À., Queralt-Rosinach, N., Gutiérrez-Sacristán, A., Deu-Pons, J., Centeno, E., ... & Furlong, L. I. (2016). DisGeNET: a comprehensive platform integrating information on human disease-associated genes and variants. Nucleic acids research.
  8. Piñero, J., Queralt-Rosinach, N., Bravo, À., Deu-Pons, J., Bauer-Mehren, A., Baron, M., Sanz, F., & Furlong, L. I. (2015). DisGeNET: a discovery platform for the dynamical exploration of human diseases and their genes. Database, 2015.
  9. Queralt-Rosinach, N., Pinero, J., Bravo, À., Sanz, F., & Furlong, L. I. (2016). DisGeNET-RDF: harnessing the innovative power of the Semantic Web to explore the genetic basis of diseases. Bioinformatics, 32(14), 2236-2238.
  10. Whirl‐Carrillo, M., McDonagh, E. M., Hebert, J. M., Gong, L., Sangkuhl, K., Thorn, C. F., Altman, R. B., & Klein, T. E. (2012). Pharmacogenomics knowledge for personalized medicine. Clinical Pharmacology & Therapeutics, 92(4), 414-417.
  11. Davis, A. P., Grondin, C. J., Johnson, R. J., Sciaky, D., King, B. L., McMorran, R., Wiegers, J., Wiegers, T. C., Mattingly, C. J. (2016). The comparative toxicogenomics database: update 2017. Nucleic acids research, 45(D1), D972-D978.

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We are a group of researchers part of the Loria, the "Lorraine Research Laboratory in Computer Science and its Applications" which is a research unit (UMR 7503), common to CNRS, Inria Nancy-Grand Est, and the University of Lorraine. PGxLOD is an output of the PractiKPharma project, founded by the French National Research Agency (ANR).

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