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Damion notes: Subclasses can actually have two components - the identifier, and the agency it is associated with. Under the general concept of "postal code" one can place particular national postal code systems like the US Postal code.

AttributesValues
Type
subClassOf
example of usage
  • The sentence "The article has Pubmed ID 12345." contains a CRID that has two parts: one part is the CRID symbol, which is '12345'; the other part denotes the CRID registry, which is Pubmed.
label
  • centrally registered identifier symbol
comment
  • Damion notes: Subclasses can actually have two components - the identifier, and the agency it is associated with. Under the general concept of "postal code" one can place particular national postal code systems like the US Postal code.
definition source
  • Original proposal from Bjoern, discussions at IAO calls
described by
has curation status
alternative term
  • CRID symbol
definition
  • A symbol that is part of a CRID and that is sufficient to look up a record from the CRID's registry.
definition editor
  • PERSON: Alan Ruttenberg
  • PERSON: Bjoern Peters
  • PERSON: Melanie Courtot
  • PERSON: Bill Hogan
imported from
is subClassOf of
is someValuesFrom of
is topic of
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