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    Open Biomedical Pluralism - Formalising Knowledge about Breast Cancer Phenotypes
    with Oliver Kutz
    Journal of Biomedical Sematics 3 (2). 2012.
    We demonstrate a heterogeneity of representation types for breast cancer phenotypes and stress that the characterisation of a tumour phenotype often includes parameters that go beyond the representation of a corresponding empirically observed tumour, thus reflecting significant functional features of the phenotypes as well as epistemic interests that drive the modes of representation. Accordingly, the represented features of cancer phenotypes function as epistemic vehicles aiding various classif…Read more