Automated extraction of mutation data from the literature: application of MuteXt to G protein-coupled receptors and nuclear hormone receptors

@article{Horn2004AutomatedEO,
  title={Automated extraction of mutation data from the literature: application of MuteXt to G protein-coupled receptors and nuclear hormone receptors},
  author={Florence Horn and Anthony L. Lau and Fred E. Cohen},
  journal={Bioinformatics},
  year={2004},
  volume={20 4},
  pages={
          557-68
        }
}
MOTIVATION The amount of genomic and proteomic data that is published daily in the scientific literature is outstripping the ability of experimental scientists to stay current. Reviews, the traditional medium for collating published observations, are also unable to keep pace. For some specific classes of information (e.g. sequences and protein structures), obligatory data deposition policies have helped. However, a great deal of other valuable information is spread throughout the literature… CONTINUE READING

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