The Drug-Drug Interactions Ontology
A formal represention for drug-drug interactions knowledge.
DINTO is an ontology that describes and categorizes drug-drug interactions (DDIs) - a significant risk group for adverse effects associated with pharmaceutical treatment - as well as all the possible mechanisms that can lead to them (including both pharmacodynamic and pharmacokinetic DDI mechanisms).
- ID Space
- Maria Herrero
- DINTO: Using OWL Ontologies and SWRL Rules to Infer Drug–Drug Interactions and Their Mechanisms.