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BMCBI
2008
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Gene Ontology annotations: what they mean and where they come from
To address the challenges of information integration and retrieval, the computational genomics community increasingly has come to rely on the methodology of creating annotations o...
David P. Hill, Barry Smith, Monica S. McAndrews-Hi...
BMCBI
2005
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Data-poor categorization and passage retrieval for Gene Ontology Annotation in Swiss-Prot
Background: In the context of the BioCreative competition, where training data were very sparse, we investigated two complementary tasks: 1) given a Swiss-Prot triplet, containing...
Frédéric Ehrler, Antoine Geissbü...
BMCBI
2006
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Gene annotation and network inference by phylogenetic profiling
Background: Phylogenetic analysis is emerging as one of the most informative computational methods for the annotation of genes and identification of evolutionary modules of functi...
Jie Wu, Zhenjun Hu, Charles DeLisi
BIB
2006
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Bio-ontologies: current trends and future directions
: In recent years, as a knowledge-based discipline, bioinformatics has moved to make its knowledge more computationally amenable. After its beginnings in the disciplines as a techn...
Olivier Bodenreider, Robert Stevens