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By using these ontology-based approaches, developers can map, for instance, objects belonging to a specific database to concepts of a shared ontology or biomedical vocabulary. Following this method, two different databases containing the same concept, but expressed with different names, can be mapped using domain ontologies. , Genbank, OMIM, Swiss-Prot, PDB, and others) as well as biomedical ontologies in a transparent, integrated, and uniform way [31]. A workshop on semantic interoperability and biomedical ontologies, held in Brussels in December 2004, reflected various approaches and projects related to ontologies [32].

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