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PubDNA Finder is an online repository that we have created to link PubMed Central manuscripts to the sequences of nucleic acids appearing in them. ... These additional query capabilities are provided by a searchable index that we created by using the full text of the 176 672 papers available at PubMed Central at the time of writing and the sequences ... ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The authors would like to thank Prof. Casimir A. Kulikowski (Rutgers University) for his valuable comments and suggestions. ...doi:10.1093/bioinformatics/btq520 pmid:20829445 fatcat:a25g3q4kb5dqxkek63ml2o5r2e
The precisions range from 87.6% (targets) to 93.0% (routes of exposure), while recall values range from 82.6% (routes of exposure) to 87.4% (toxic effects). ... This research is a "proof of concept" that can be expanded to stimulate further developments that could assist researchers in managing data, information, and knowledge at the nanolevel, thus accelerating ... e authors would also like to thank Professor Casimir A. Kulikowski, Dr. Martin Fritts, and Dr. Raul E. Cachau for their useful suggestions and comments. ...doi:10.1155/2013/410294 pmid:23509721 pmcid:PMC3591181 fatcat:2wiewurvpvbqjmwwrr7nplijey
Romania Attila Kertesz-Farkas
Bioinformatics itself constitutes a vast area of research and specialization, as many classical domains such as databases, modeling, and regular expressions are used to represent, store, retrieve and process ... a huge volume of knowledge. ... We hope that BIOTECHNO 2011 was a successful international forum for the exchange of ideas and results between academia and industry and to promote further progress in biotechnology. ...fatcat:26cfmxqebbcovmvktfkc4gqeyu