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Using Natural Languge Processing, Locus Link, and the Gene Ontology to Compare OMIM to MEDLINE

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Libbus B, Kilicoglu H, Rindflesch TC, Mork JG, Aronson AR
Proceedings of the HLT-NAACL Workshop on Linking the Biological Literature, Ontologies and Databases: Tools for Users. 2004;:69-76.
Abstract: 

Researchers in the biomedical and molecular biology fields are faced with a wide variety of information sources. These are presented in the form of images, free text, and structured data files that include medical records, gene and protein sequence data, and whole genome microarray data, all gathered from a variety of experimental organisms and clinical subjects. The need to organize and relate this information, particularly concerning genes, has motivated the development of resources, such as the Unified Medical Language System, Gene Ontology, Locus Link, and the Online Inheritance In Man (OMIM) database. We describe a natural language processing application to extract information on genes from unstructured text and discuss ways to integrate this information with some of the available online resources.

Libbus B, Kilicoglu H, Rindflesch TC, Mork JG, Aronson AR. Using Natural Languge Processing, Locus Link, and the Gene Ontology to Compare OMIM to MEDLINE Proceedings of the HLT-NAACL Workshop on Linking the Biological Literature, Ontologies and Databases: Tools for Users. 2004;:69-76.