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Class: ChemicalToEntityAssociationMixin

An interaction between a chemical entity and another entity

URI: biolink:ChemicalToEntityAssociationMixin


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Parents

Mixin for

  • ChemicalGeneInteractionAssociation (mixin) - describes a physical interaction between a chemical entity and a gene or gene product. Any biological or chemical effect resulting from such an interaction are out of scope, and covered by the ChemicalAffectsGeneAssociation type (e.g. impact of a chemical on the abundance, activity, structure, etc, of either participant in the interaction)
  • ChemicalOrDrugOrTreatmentSideEffectDiseaseOrPhenotypicFeatureAssociation (mixin) - This association defines a relationship between a chemical or treatment (or procedure) and a disease or phenotypic feature where the disesae or phenotypic feature is a secondary, typically (but not always) undesirable effect.
  • ChemicalOrDrugOrTreatmentToDiseaseOrPhenotypicFeatureAssociation (mixin) - This association defines a relationship between a chemical or treatment (or procedure) and a disease or phenotypic feature where the disesae or phenotypic feature is a secondary undesirable effect.
  • ChemicalToChemicalAssociation (mixin) - A relationship between two chemical entities. This can encompass actual interactions as well as temporal causal edges, e.g. one chemical converted to another.
  • ChemicalToDiseaseOrPhenotypicFeatureAssociation (mixin) - An interaction between a chemical entity and a phenotype or disease, where the presence of the chemical gives rise to or exacerbates the phenotype.
  • ChemicalToPathwayAssociation (mixin) - An interaction between a chemical entity and a biological process or pathway.

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Attributes

Own

  • subject 1..1
    • Description: connects an association to the subject of the association. For example, in a gene-to-phenotype association, the gene is subject and phenotype is object.
    • Range: NamedThing

Domain for slot:

  • subject 1..1
    • Description: connects an association to the subject of the association. For example, in a gene-to-phenotype association, the gene is subject and phenotype is object.
    • Range: NamedThing