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Detecting drug-drug interactions (DDI) is important because information on DDIs can help prevent adverse effects from drug combinations. Since there are many new DDI-related papers published in the biomedical domain, manually extracting DDI information from the literature is a laborious task. However, text mining can be used to find DDIs in the biomedical literature. Among the recently developed neural networks, we use a Recursive Neural Network to improve the performance of DDI extraction. Ourdoi:10.1371/journal.pone.0190926 pmid:29373599 pmcid:PMC5786304 fatcat:vjd6wcwf4bhdhj6pa7k7cqpkue