The Research Resource Identification Initiative provides RRIDs to 4 main classes of resources: Antibodies, Cell Lines, Model Organisms, and Databases / Software tools.: Antibodies, Model Organisms, and Databases / Software tools. The initiative works with participating journals to intercept manuscripts in the publication process that use these resources, and allows publication authors to incorporate RRIDs within the methods sections. It also provides resolver services that access curated data from 10 data sources: the antibody registry (a curated catalog of antibodies), the SciCrunch registry (a curated catalog of software tools and databases), and model organism nomenclature authority databases (MGI, FlyBase, WormBase, RGD), as well as various stock centers. These RRIDs are aggregated and can be searched through SciCrunch.
Local identifiers in Research Resource Identification should match this
Compact URIs (CURIEs) constructed from Research Resource Identification should match
this regular expression:
namespaceEmbeddedInLUIas true. The actual part that gets prefixed before the local unique identifier regex, otherwise known as the banana, is
RRID:. Therefore, you might see local unique identifiers written out as CURIEs.
The metaregistry provides mappings between the Bioregistry and other registries. There are
4 mappings to external registries for
|Registry Name||Metaprefix||External Prefix|
Providers are various services that resolve CURIEs to URLs. The example CURIE
is used to demonstrate the provides available for
rrid. Generation of OLS and BioPortal URLs requires additional programmatic
logic beyond string formatting.
|Research Resource Identification||