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Extraction of Gene-Environment Interaction from the Biomedical Literature

  title={Extraction of Gene-Environment Interaction from the Biomedical Literature},
  author={Jinseon You and Jin-Woo Chung and Wonsuk Yang and J. C. Park},
  • Jinseon You, Jin-Woo Chung, +1 author J. C. Park
  • Published in IJCNLP 2017
  • Computer Science
  • Genetic information in the literature has been extensively looked into for the purpose of discovering the etiology of a disease. As the gene-disease relation is sensitive to external factors, their identification is important to study a disease. Environmental influences, which are usually called Gene-Environment interaction (GxE), have been considered as important factors and have extensively been researched in biology. Nevertheless, there is still a lack of systems for automatic GxE extraction… CONTINUE READING

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