ONS: an ontology for a standardized description of interventions and observational studies in nutrition.

Abstract:

Background:The multidisciplinary nature of nutrition research is one of its main strengths. At the same time, however, it presents a major obstacle to integrate data analysis, especially for the terminological and semantic interpretations that specific research fields or communities are used to. To date, a proper ontology to structure and formalize the concepts used for the description of nutritional studies is still lacking. Results:We have developed the Ontology for Nutritional Studies (ONS) by harmonizing selected pre-existing de facto ontologies with novel health and nutritional terminology classifications. The ONS is the result of a scholarly consensus of 51 research centers in nine European countries. The ontology classes and relations are commonly encountered while conducting, storing, harmonizing, integrating, describing, and searching nutritional studies. The ONS facilitates the description and specification of complex nutritional studies as demonstrated with two application scenarios. Conclusions:The ONS is the first systematic effort to provide a solid and extensible formal ontology framework for nutritional studies. Integration of new information can be easily achieved by the addition of extra modules (i.e., nutrigenomics, metabolomics, nutrikinetics, and quality appraisal). The ONS provides a unified and standardized terminology for nutritional studies as a resource for nutrition researchers who might not necessarily be familiar with ontologies and standardization concepts.

journal_name

Genes Nutr

journal_title

Genes & nutrition

authors

Vitali F,Lombardo R,Rivero D,Mattivi F,Franceschi P,Bordoni A,Trimigno A,Capozzi F,Felici G,Taglino F,Miglietta F,De Cock N,Lachat C,De Baets B,De Tré G,Pinart M,Nimptsch K,Pischon T,Bouwman J,Cavalieri D,ENPADASI

doi

10.1186/s12263-018-0601-y

subject

Has Abstract

pub_date

2018-04-30 00:00:00

pages

12

eissn

1555-8932

issn

1865-3499

pii

601

journal_volume

13

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