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This article reports on our brain-gene ontology (BGO) system that we use as a tool for educational purpose and research. We present some preliminary results on the brain-gene ontology (BGO) project that is concerned with the collection, presentation and use of knowledge in the form of ontology. BGO includes various concepts, facts, data, software simulators, graphs, animations, and other information forms, related to brain functions, brain diseases, their genetic basis and the relationshipdoi:10.1109/ijcnn.2007.4370943 dblp:conf/ijcnn/KasabovJGBWJ07 fatcat:3swevuwiknakzd2edwfrbiduom