Gene Ontology (GO) Annotation in Biomedical Literature

Gálvez, Carmen Gene Ontology (GO) Annotation in Biomedical Literature., 2008 . In 3rd Iberian Conference in Systems and Information Technologies (CISTI 2008), Vigo (Spain), 19th-21st June, 2008. [Conference paper]


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In this paper, we propose an approach for doing Gene Ontology (GO) annotation on biomedical texts. The GO is an effort to create a controlled terminology for labelling gene functions in a more precise. Our system is based on the application of Parametrized Finite-State Graphs (P-FSG) for GO tagging. This process was implemented to the annotation of genes related with Alzehimer disease. This prototype is an undergoing work, in the future should be evaluated to verify its value

Item type: Conference paper
Keywords: Gene Ontology Annotation (GOA); Biomedical Document Processing; Terminology
Subjects: I. Information treatment for information services > IB. Content analysis (A and I, class.)
I. Information treatment for information services > IC. Index languages, processes and schemes.
I. Information treatment for information services > ID. Knowledge representation.
Depositing user: Carmen Galvez
Date deposited: 30 Sep 2008
Last modified: 02 Oct 2014 12:12


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