A German-led team presents an updated online resource produced by members of the Human Phenotype Ontology project. The site describes nearly 10,100 classes and more than 13,300 sub-classes of unusual phenotypes in humans, study authors note, as well as annotations for almost 7,300 hereditary conditions.

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