All properties in NCIT

Label Id Description
ALT_DEFINITION NCIT_P325 [A property representing the English language definition of a concept from a source other than NCI.]
Accepted_Therapeutic_Use_For NCIT_P302 [A property representing a disease or condition for which this drug is an accepted treatment. Used in the Drug, Food, Chemical or Biomedical Material branch.]
Allele_Absent_From_Wild-type_Chromosomal_Location NCIT_R156 [A role used for an allele whose location has changed from the wild-type gene chromosomal location. This role is used to negate an inherited role relationship that is asserted between the parent gene class and a chromosomal location when an allele has moved (e.g., translocation, inversion, etc.). The domain and range for this role are 'Gene' and 'Anatomic Structure, System, or Substance', respectively.]
Allele_Has_Abnormality NCIT_R153 [A specializing role which may be used to override Gene_Has_Abnormality that has been asserted for the gene class. This role is used to establish a link between a specific allele and genetic or molecular abnormalities that have been observed in human cells and tissues associated with cancer or another disease of interest. The domain and range for this role are 'Gene' and 'Molecular Abnormality', respectively.]
Allele_Has_Activity NCIT_R159 [A role used to assert the observed level of activity associated with an allele in a given biological process, compared to the wild-type gene. The domain and range for this role are 'Gene' and 'Property or Attribute', respectively.]
Allele_In_Chromosomal_Location NCIT_R155 [A role used for an allele whose location has changed from the wild-type gene chromosomal location. This role is used to assert a new location that differs from the wild-type gene chromosomal location. The domain and range for this role are 'Gene' and 'Anatomic Structure, System, or Substance', respectively.]
Allele_Plays_Altered_Role_In_Process NCIT_R158 [A specializing role which may be used for an allele whose encoded product functions differently (qualitatively or quantitatively) from the function asserted on its parent. It specializes the function of the wild type gene/gene product. The domain and range for this role are 'Gene' and 'Biological Process', respectively.]
Allele_Plays_Role_In_Metabolism_Of_Chemical_Or_Drug NCIT_R160 [A role used to assert a relationship between a specific allele (product; enzyme) and drug-metabolizing efficacy. The domain and range for this role are 'Gene' and 'Drug, Food, Chemical or Biomedical Material', respectively.]
Anatomic_Structure_Has_Location NCIT_R81 [A role used to indicate the physical location of an anatomic structure in the body. Both the domain and range for this role are 'Anatomic Structure, System, or Substance'.]
Anatomic_Structure_Is_Physical_Part_Of NCIT_R82 [A role used to indicate that an anatomic structure has a physical association with a broader system or organ. Both the domain and range for this role are 'Anatomic Structure, System, or Substance'.]
BioCarta_ID NCIT_P216 [A property representing the BioCarta ID code for a pathway. It can be used to link a BioCarta pathway reference to the primary pathway information.]
Biological_Process_Has_Associated_Location NCIT_R30 [A role used to indicate the organ, organ system, cellular or subcellular location where a process occurs in a living system. The domain and range for this role are 'Biological Process' and 'Anatomic Structure, System, or Substance', respectively.]
Biological_Process_Has_Initiator_Chemical_Or_Drug NCIT_R32 [A role used to assert the relationship between a biological process and a drug or chemical that stimulates the process. The role implies the direct physical interaction of a chemical or drug with a target molecule or complex that results in the initiation of the process. The domain and range for this role are 'Biological Process' and 'Drug, Food, Chemical or Biomedical Material', respectively.]
Biological_Process_Has_Initiator_Process NCIT_R28 [A role used to assert that the initiation of the stated biological process is dependent on the progression or completion of another process. The role implies a direct physical and functional interaction of an element from the preceding biological process with a target molecule or complex involved in the initial stages of the stated process. Both the domain and the range for this role are 'Biological Process'.]
Biological_Process_Has_Result_Anatomy NCIT_R31 [A role used to assert that some biological event results in the formation of a subcellular complex, structure, cell, tissue or organ. This role is used to establish this relationship between the biological process and the anatomical factor formed. The domain and range for this role are 'Biological Process' and 'Anatomic Structure, System, or Substance', respectively.]
Biological_Process_Has_Result_Biological_Process NCIT_R34 [A role used to assert that the end result of a biological process initiates a subsequent biological process. Both the domain and the range for this role is 'Biological Process'.]
Biological_Process_Has_Result_Chemical_Or_Drug NCIT_R29 [A role used to assert that the endpoint of a biological process is the creation of a drug, chemical or biomedical material. The domain and range for this role are 'Biological Process' and 'Drug, Food, Chemical or Biomedical Material', respectively.]
Biological_Process_Is_Part_Of_Process NCIT_R35 [A role used to assert that a biological process operates as a component of another biological process. Both the domain and the range for this role is 'Biological Process'.]
CAS_Registry NCIT_P210 [A property representing the Chemical Abstracts Service number for a Chemical or Drug.]
CHEBI_ID NCIT_P368 [A property representing that a concept in the 'Drug, Food, Chemical or Biomedical Material' branch of the NCI thesaurus maps to a specific concept in the EBI Chemical Entities of Biological Interest (CHEBI) database.]