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Automatic extraction of gene/protein biological functions from biomedical text

...on from biomedical text has become critical. Since automatic functional annotations of genes are quite useful f...f high-throughput data efficiently, the demand for automatic extraction of information related to gene functions from text has been increasing. Results: We have...

Agilent Technologies releases automated literature search tool for biology researchers

...nt's Literature Search plug-in for Cytoscape makes automatic literature mining freely accessible to the public, with an algorithmic approach that is first-rate." "Agilent is committed to accelerating the productivity of biologists," said Jim Hollenhorst, director of the Molecular Technologies Laboratory for A...

Software Tool for Converting Scientific Text into a Database of Functional Relationships

...on pipelines with different output, set up regular automatic processing of upcoming content for selected sources, and integrate MedScan with other bioinformatics tools for further analysis of extracted information. For more information about MedScan, or for a web-based trial, visit Ariadne Genomics website ww...

Ariadne Genomics Announces the Release of PathwayStudio?Central, Client-Server Software for Biological Pathway Analysis

...000+ functional relationships and MedScan?tool for automatic extraction of information from scientific literature. ResNet?database of functional relationships for human, rat and mouse contains 52,000 annotated mammalian proteins, 40,000 chemicals, and over 500 thousand total functional relationships, among wh...

Whole-body MRI Takes Less Than 20 Min To Scan A Patient's Entire Body For Cancer Spread To Bone

Whole-body MRI with an automatic moving table is effective for evaluating the entir...ody MRI is a relatively new technique that uses an automatic moving table and fast software. It offers a better sensitivity and higher specificity in detecting b...

How exactly does the brain control breathing?

...espiratory disorders. We know that breathing is an automatic rhythmic process that persists without conscious effort whether we are awake or asleep, but the question that has intrigued many scientists for well over 100 years is what maintains this almost fail safe vital rhythm throughout life? Experimental Ph...

When in danger humans are similar to a deer in the headlights

...defensive, protective reaction. This ancestral and automatic behavior allows the prey to stay unnoticed by a potential predator. A new study published in Psychophysiology finds that humans, like many other complex animals, freeze when encountering a threat. The mere picture of an injured or mutilated human ind...

Color perception is not in the eye of the beholder: It's in the brain

...illiams. "This is direct evidence for an internal, automatic calibrator of color perception. These experiments show that color is defined by our experience in the world, and since we all share the same world, we arrive at the same definition of colors." Williams' team is now looking to identify the genetic ba...

Picking particles faster than one at a time

...re forced to fit, a process common to all previous automatic methods -- simply added to the difficulty. "We dec...an initial comparison between manual selection and automatic selection indicated that 15 percent of the program's nominations were false positives, when the prog...

Whole-genome study at Johns Hopkins reveals a new gene associated with abnormal heart rhythm

...that regulate heart rhythm, and even by implanting automatic defibrillators in those with the highest risk. In an effort to identify risk factors with a genetic foundation, the researchers took the unconventional approach of starting from scratch and not looking at genes already known or suspected to be invol...

In the mind's eye: How the brain makes a whole out of parts

...ific question to some people, because seeing is so automatic and we are so good at it ?far better than the best computer vision systems yet devised," Connor said. "That is because a large part of the human brain is devoted to interpreting objects in our world, so that we have the necessary information for inte...

NYU algorithm enhances ability to detect cancer genes

...implicated in the cancer. The NYU study focused on automatic methods for reliable detection of such genes, their locations, and their boundaries. For this purpose, the NYU scientists sought to devise an efficient and novel statistical algorithm to map tumor suppressor genes using a multi-point statistical scor...

New dyslexia theory blames 'noise'

...guage. "It's harder to make a [language] task automatic when your categories are fuzzier than they ought to be to begin with," she said. "In terms of treatment, the results suggest that programs that foster the development of sharper perceptual categories for letters and letter sounds might be a good ...

New insights into autoimmunity and depression

... delineated the limbic system, which regulates the automatic nervous system’s response to stress. It also highlighted areas of the brain associated with the sense of smell. These findings provide a novel line of research into the mechanisms underlying the limbic and olfactory pathways in depression. Imaging...

Brain fends off distractions

...s well in their task. Suppression is therefore not automatic and costs energy. A humorous example of the principles Veling investigated is the Dutch TV quiz programme Rad van Fortuin (Wheel of Fortune). The candidates of this quiz are brutally distracted whilst answering the questions and can therefore scarcel...

Molecular tools make the cut

...s well in their task. Suppression is therefore not automatic and costs energy. A humorous example of the principles Veling investigated is the Dutch TV quiz programme Rad van Fortuin (Wheel of Fortune). The candidates of this quiz are brutally distracted whilst answering the questions and can therefore scarcel...

'Juiced-up' battery fueled by sugar could power small portable electronics

...s well in their task. Suppression is therefore not automatic and costs energy. A humorous example of the principles Veling investigated is the Dutch TV quiz programme Rad van Fortuin (Wheel of Fortune). The candidates of this quiz are brutally distracted whilst answering the questions and can therefore scarcel...

Triplex assay used to assay duplex genomic DNA

...tandard amounts of oligo probes for the purpose of automatic in solution assay. The instrument is easy to program, self-cleaning and inexpensive. Daksis indicated that she expected to soon publish data on the use of the Genome Flow® instrument to carry out triplex assaying of genomic samples for pathogens o...

Amur leopard still on the brink of extinction, scientists say

...more profound way, using latest techniques such as automatic camera traps, radio tracking, genetic and veterinary research." The census 2007 found 7-9 male leopards, 3-7 females without cubs, 4 females with cubs, 5-6 cubs in all, and 6-8 undefined tracks. Total: 25-34. This compares with 9 males in 2003...

Is there a pilot in the insect?

...éditerranée) in Marseille, France have revealed an automatic mechanism called the "optic flow regulator" that c...RS have filed an international patent for the "fly automatic pilot". ...

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