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Mark Sharp May 2006

Acquired Abnormality Activity Age Group Alga Amino Acid Sequence Amino Acid, Peptide, or Protein Amphibian Anatomical Abnormality Anatomical Structure Animal Antibiotic Archaeon Bacterium Behavior Biologic Function Biologically Active Substance Biomedical Occupation or Discipline Biomedical or Dental Material Bird Body Location or Region Body Part, Organ, or Organ Component Body Space or Junction Body Substance Body System Carbohydrate Carbohydrate Sequence Cell Cell Component Cell Function Cell or Molecular Dysfunction Chemical Chemical Viewed Functionally Chemical Viewed Structurally Classification Clinical Attribute Clinical Drug

Conceptual Entity Congenital Abnormality Daily or Recreational Activity Diagnostic Procedure Disease or Syndrome Drug Delivery Device Educational Activity Eicosanoid Element, Ion, or Isotope Embryonic Structure Entity Environmental Effect of Humans Enzyme Event Experimental Model of Disease Family Group Finding Fish Food Fully Formed Anatomical Structure Functional Concept Fungus Gene or Genome Genetic Function Geographic Area Governmental or Regulatory Activity Group Group Attribute Hazardous or Poisonous Substance Health Care Activity Health Care Related Organization Hormone Human

Human-caused Phenomenon or Process Idea or Concept Immunologic Factor Indicator, Reagent, or Diagnostic Aid Individual Behavior Injury or Poisoning Inorganic Chemical Intellectual Product Invertebrate Laboratory Procedure Laboratory or Test Result Language Lipid Machine Activity Mammal Manufactured Object Medical Device Mental Process Mental or Behavioral Dysfunction Molecular Biology Research Technique Molecular Function Molecular Sequence Natural Phenomenon or Process Neoplastic Process Neuroreactive Substance or Biogenic Amine Nucleic Acid, Nucleoside, or Nucleotide Nucleotide Sequence Occupation or Discipline Occupational Activity Organ or Tissue Function Organic Chemical Organism

Organism Attribute Organism Function Organization Organophosphorus Compound Pathologic Function Patient or Disabled Group Pharmacologic Substance Phenomenon or Process Physical Object Physiologic Function Plant Population Group Professional Society Professional or Occupational Group Qualitative Concept Quantitative Concept Receptor Regulation or Law Reptile Research Activity Research Device Rickettsia or Chlamydia Self-help or Relief Organization Sign or Symptom Social Behavior Spatial Concept Steroid Substance Temporal Concept Therapeutic or Preventive Procedure Tissue Vertebrate Virus Vitamin

Event Activity Behavior Social Behavior Individual Behavior Daily or Recreational Activity Occupational Activity Health Care Activity Laboratory Procedure Diagnostic Procedure Therapeutic or Preventive Procedure Research Activity Molecular Biology Research Technique Governmental or Regulatory Activity Educational Activity Machine Activity Phenomenon or Process Injury or Poisoning Human-caused Phenomenon or Process Environmental Effect of Humans Natural Phenomenon or Process Biologic Function Physiologic Function Organism Function Mental Process Organ or Tissue Function Cell Function Molecular Function Genetic Function Pathologic Function Disease or Syndrome Mental or Behavioral Dysfunction Neoplastic Process Cell or Molecular Dysfunction Experimental Model of Disease

Entity Physical Object Organism Plant Alga Fungus Virus Rickettsia or Chlamydia Bacterium Animal Invertebrate Vertebrate Amphibian Bird Fish Reptile Mammal Human Archaeon Anatomical Structure Embryonic Structure Fully Formed Anatomical Structure Body Part, Organ, or Organ Component Tissue Cell Cell Component Gene or Genome Anatomical Abnormality Congenital Abnormality Acquired Abnormality Manufactured Object Medical Device Drug Delivery Device Research Device Clinical Drug

Substance Body Substance Chemical Chemical Viewed Structurally Organic Chemical Nucleic Acid, Nucleoside, or Nucleotide Organophosphorus Compound Amino Acid, Peptide, or Protein Carbohydrate Lipid Steroid Eicosanoid Element, Ion, or Isotope Inorganic Chemical Chemical Viewed Functionally Pharmacologic Substance Antibiotic Biomedical or Dental Material Biologically Active Substance Neuroreactive Substance or Biogenic Amine Hormone Enzyme Vitamin Immunologic Factor Receptor Indicator, Reagent, or Diagnostic Aid Hazardous or Poisonous Substance Food Conceptual Entity

Organism Attribute Clinical Attribute Finding Laboratory or Test Result Sign or Symptom Idea or Concept Temporal Concept Qualitative Concept Quantitative Concept Spatial Concept Body Location or Region Body Space or Junction Geographic Area Molecular Sequence Nucleotide Sequence Amino Acid Sequence Carbohydrate Sequence Functional Concept Body System Occupation or Discipline Biomedical Occupation or Discipline Organization Health Care Related Organization Professional Society Self-help or Relief Organization Group Professional or Occupational Group Population Group Family Group Age Group Patient or Disabled Group Group Attribute Intellectual Product Language


				
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