DisGeNET has just announced their latest RDF release, including:
- More GDAs comprising 17 000 genes and more than 14 000 diseases as linked data in the Semantic Web
- New disease-phenotype annotation data from the Human Phenotype Ontology
- New linksets
- A new full metadata description of the dataset compliant with the W3C HCLS and the Open PHACTS specifications
- New types of searches
The DisGeNET-RDF distribution for Open PHACTS, with OMIM dataset included, will be available at the end of September.