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Efficient Extraction of Protein-Protein Interactions from Full-Text Articles

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Efficient Extraction of Protein-Protein Interactions from Full-Text Articles
—Proteins and their interactions govern virtually all cellular processes, such as regulation, signaling, metabolism, and structure. Most experimental findings pertaining to such interactions are discussed in research papers, which, in turn, get curated by protein interaction databases. Authors, editors, and publishers benefit from efforts to alleviate the tasks of searching for relevant papers, evidence for physical interactions, and proper identifiers for each protein involved. The BioCreative II.5 community challenge addressed these tasks in a competition-style assessment to evaluate and compare different methodologies, to make aware of the increasing accuracy of automated methods, and to guide future implementations. In this paper, we present our approaches for proteinnamed entity recognition, including normalization, and for extraction of protein-protein interactions from full text. Our overall goal is to identify efficient individual components, and we compare various compositio...
Jörg Hakenberg, Robert Leaman, Nguyen Ha Vo,
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Type Journal
Year 2010
Where TCBB
Authors Jörg Hakenberg, Robert Leaman, Nguyen Ha Vo, Siddhartha Jonnalagadda, Ryan Sullivan, Christopher Miller, Luis Tari, Chitta Baral, Graciela Gonzalez
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