Wikidata:Property proposal/LiverTox Likelihood Score
LiverTox likelihood score
|Description||A categorization of the likelihood that a medication is associated with drug induced liver injury that was developed by the Drug-Induced Liver Injury Network (DILIN) Network and published in NCBI's LiverTox|
|Domain||Q11173, Q28885102, Q12140, Q11344, Q8386, Q79529, Q181394|
|Allowed values||Q83283320, Q83284157, Q83284310, Q83284515, Q83284667, Q83284878, Q83285233|
|Example 1||iron (Q677) → LiverTox toxicity likelihood category A (Q83283320), qualifier has quality (P1552) → LiverTox toxicity likelihood high dose (HD) qualifier (Q83285233)|
|Example 2||Talazoparib (Q25100990) → LiverTox toxicity likelihood category E* (Q83284878)|
|Example 3||saquinavir (Q422654) → LiverTox toxicity likelihood category D (Q83284515)|
|Example 4||sunitinib (Q417542) → LiverTox toxicity likelihood category B (Q83284157)|
|Planned use||Add liver toxicity likelihood scores to items with LiverTox IDs|
|Number of IDs in source||<~800|
|Expected completeness||eventually complete (Q21873974)|
LiverTox is a high quality resource on liver toxicity information available from NCBI Bookshelf that consists mostly of unstructured information. However, the liver toxicity scores are pieces of defined, structured information buried within the unstructured text. Extracting these to Wikidata would make these scores easier to access, integrate, and use this information which is otherwise inaccessible in the LiverTox db. Gtsulab (talk) 19:44, 20 January 2020 (UTC)
I also considered modeling this data as drug causes Hepatotoxicity with a qualifier rating (livertox likelihood score), but had two concerns doing it that way.
- I was worried that the qualifier would be overlooked. There's a good reason for gatekeeping when it comes to medical information in Wikipedia/Wikidata, and it would be concerning if queries for hepatotoxic drugs overlooked the actual rating.
- This seemed like information that could easily go into an infobox since it comes from a reputable public resource NIH/NCBI.