High-performance gene name normalization with GENO

@article{Wermter2009HighperformanceGN,
  title={High-performance gene name normalization with GENO},
  author={Joachim Wermter and Katrin Tomanek and Udo Hahn},
  journal={Bioinformatics},
  year={2009},
  volume={25 6},
  pages={815-21}
}
MOTIVATION The recognition and normalization of textual mentions of gene and protein names is both particularly important and challenging. Its importance lies in the fact that they constitute the crucial conceptual entities in biomedicine. Their recognition and normalization remains a challenging task because of widespread gene name ambiguities within species, across species, with common English words and with medical sublanguage terms. RESULTS We present GeNo, a highly competitive system for… CONTINUE READING
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