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BioKB - Text Mining and Semantic Technologies for Biomedical Content Discovery

Maria Biryukov, Valentin Groues, Venkata Satagopam, Reinhard Schneider
2018 Figshare  
We have implemented a pipeline which, by exploiting text min- ing and semantic technologies, helps researchers easily access semantic content of thousands of abstracts and full text articles from PubMed  ...  The text mining component analyzes the articles content and extracts relations between a wide variety of concepts, extending the scope from proteins, chemicals and pathologies to biological processes and  ...  The system employs text mining and semantic technologies to help discovery and accessibility of biomedical knowledge.  ... 
doi:10.6084/m9.figshare.6994121.v1 fatcat:7qncychbrjcj7ptwi7cpnpozxm

BioKC: a platform for quality controlled curation and annotation of systems biology models

Carlos Vega, Valentin Grouès, Marek Ostaszewski, Venkata Satagopam, Reinhard Schneider
2020 Zenodo  
Poster, slides, and video of the presentation of the talk BioKC: a platform for quality controlled curation and annotation of systems biology models during the workshop Biological network reconstruction  ...  , data visualization and analysis in biology and medicine (BioNetVisA) from the 19th European Conference on Computational Biology.  ...  BioKB -Text mining and semantic technologies for the biomedical content discovery. SWAT4LS [3] Groth, P., Gibson, A., & Velterop, J. (2010) .  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.4033071 fatcat:yxmojuaebvbvnectyobojhlvcm

Question Answering for Biomedicine

Yifeng Liu
2016
Over the past two decades the field of biomedical text mining has experienced significant advances, such as the development of high quality biomedical knowledge bases and ontologies, the construction of  ...  biomedical search engines and the development of biomedical relationship mining tools.  ...  PolySerach2: A Text Mining Framework A critical task in biomedical question answering and biomedical text mining is the discovery of potential associations between various types of biomedical entities  ... 
doi:10.7939/r3wh2dk7t fatcat:ywhdngzimrcs7l5c36whglgk2u