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Navigating the landscape of COVID-19 research through literature analysis: A bird's eye view

@article{Yeganova2020NavigatingTL,
  title={Navigating the landscape of COVID-19 research through literature analysis: A bird's eye view},
  author={Lana Yeganova and Rezarta Islamaj Dogan and Q. Chen and Robert Leaman and Alexis Allot and Chih-Hsuan Wei and Donald C. Comeau and W. Kim and Yifan Peng and W. Wilbur and Zhiyong Lu},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2020},
  volume={abs/2008.03397}
}
  • Lana Yeganova, Rezarta Islamaj Dogan, +8 authors Zhiyong Lu
  • Published 2020
  • Computer Science
  • ArXiv
  • Timely access to accurate scientific literature in the battle with the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic is critical. An unprecedented public health risk, this pandemic has motivated research towards understanding the disease in general, identifying drugs to treat the disease, developing potential vaccines, etc. This has given rise to a rapidly growing body of literature that doubles in number of publications every 20 days as of May 2020. Providing medical professionals with means to quickly analyze… CONTINUE READING

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