Christoph Grabmüller

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Integration of the scientific literature into a biomedical research infrastructure requires the processing of the literature, identification of the contained named entities (NEs) and concepts, and to represent the content in a standardised way. The CALBC project partners (PPs) have produced a large-scale annotated biomedical corpus with four different(More)
Publication formats are being sought that facilitate automatic processing and knowledge integration and are better suited to the current pace of research. Here we present an infrastructure for producing and consuming minimal publishable units, nano-publications, directly from a researcher’s electronic notes or manuscripts which allow the integration of(More)
BACKGROUND Large-scale mutagenesis projects are ongoing to improve our understanding about the pathology and subsequently the treatment of diseases. Such projects do not only record the genotype but also report phenotype descriptions of the genetically modified organisms under investigation. Thus far, phenotype data is stored in species-specific databases(More)
In the Semantic Enrichment of the Scientific Literature (SESL) project, researchers from academia and from life science and publishing companies collaborated in a pre-competitive way to integrate and share information for type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM) in adults. This case study exposes benefits from semantic interoperability after integrating the(More)
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