Nanopublications distill content as a graph of assertions associated with (a) provenance of the article or dataset from whence they came; and (b) a set of terms for indexing and filtering in order to identify auxiliary information in large data sets. Although this last point is represented by a named graph called “Support”, this is not intended to represent argumentative support or evidence, but rather descriptive information (cell type, species, etc.) “to enable first pass filtering over large nanopublication sets” [25].

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