The Genome Was Easy: Lion Eyes Text Mining Technology as Bioinformatics Next Frontier | GenomeWeb

Interest in text mining tools for biology has surged within the academic and business community over the past few years, and the field has now lured its first commercial bioinformatics player. Over the past year and a half, Lion Bioscience has conducted a research project to develop a technology to mine highly specific information from biological literature and documentation, with the extraction of protein-protein interaction data on nuclear receptors from Medline abstracts being one already realized example.

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