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Chemical named entity recognition (NER) is a significant pre-processing task in natural language processing. Identification and extraction of chemical entities from biomedical literature and entities linking to the knowledge base are essential steps for the chemical text-mining pipeline. However, the identification of chemical entities in a biomedical text is a challenging task due to the diverse morphology of chemical entities and the different types of chemical nomenclature. In this work, we ...

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Norah Owiti, Joshua Corrigan, Lee Pribyl, Jennifer Kay, Bevin Engelward

The comet assay is a versatile assay for detecting DNA damage in eukaryotic cells. The assay can measure the levels of various types of damage, including DNA strand breaks, abasic sites and alkali-sensitive sites. Furthermore, the assay can also be modified to include purified DNA glycosylases so that alkylated and oxidized bases can be detected. The ...

Biomedical pre-trained language models (BioPLMs) have been achieving state-of-the-art results for various biomedical text mining tasks. However, prevailing fine-tuning approaches naively train BioPLMs on targeted datasets without considering the class distributions. This is problematic, especially with dealing with imbalanced biomedical gold-standard datasets for named entity recognition (NER). Regardless of the high-performing SOTA fine-tuned NER models, they are biased towards other (O) tags ...

Submitter: Ghadeer Mobasher

Investigation: Biomedical named entity recognition

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Hannah P.Gideon, Travis K.Hughes, Constantine N.Tzouanas, Marc H.WadsworthII, Ang AndyTu, Todd M.Gierahn, Joshua M.Peters, Forrest F.Hopkins, Jun-RongWei, Conner Kummerlowe, Nicole L.Grant, Kievershen Nargan, Jia YaoPhuah, H. JacobBorish, Pauline Maiello, Alexander G.White, Caylin G.Winchell, Sarah K.Nyquist, Sharie Keanne C.Ganchua, Amy Myers, Kush V.Patel, Cassaundra L.Ameel, Catherine T.Cochran, Samira Ibrahim, Jaime A.Tomko, Lonnie JamesFrye, Jacob ...

Irene Hu and Harold Hemond

Aquatic eddy covariance (AEC) is an in situ technique for measuring fluxes in marine and freshwater systems based on the covariance of velocity and concentration measurements. Here, development of a fast multiple-channel sensor (FACT) enables the use of AEC for measurement of benthic fluxes of fluorescent dissolved organic material, salt, and heat at three distinct sites in Massachusetts, USA, including the ...

Jennifer E. Kay, Joshua J. Corrigan, Amanda L. Armijo, Ilana S. Nazari, Ishwar N. Kohale, Dorothea K. Torous, Svetlana L. Avlasevich, Robert G. Croy, Dushan N. Wadduwage, Sebastian E. Carrasco, Stephen D. Dertinger, Forest M. White, John M. Essigmann, Leona D. Samson, Bevin P. Engelward


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Submitter: Theresa Kouril

Investigation: Metabolic control analysis of glyceraldehyde 3-...

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Meng Sun*, Jolie M. Phan*, Nathan S. Kieswetter, Krystle K.Q. Yu, Malisa T. Smith, Huang Huang, Sanjana Gupta, Gerlinde Obermoser, Holden Terry Maecker, Akshaya Krishnan, Neha Gupta, Mary Rieck, Peter Acs, Mustafa Ghanizada, Shin-Heng Chiou, Purvesh Khatri, W. Henry Boom, Thomas R. Hawn, Catherine M. Stein, Harriet Mayanja-Kizza, Mark M. Davis*, Chetan Seshadri*

Abstract: A subset of individuals with a high probability of exposure to M. tuberculosis (M.tb) ...

Emmanouil Angelidakis, Sophia Chen, Shun Zhang, Zhengpeng Wan, Roger D. Kamm, Sarah E. Shelton

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A bidirectional association exists between metastatic dissemination and the hypercoagulable state associated with many types of cancer. As such, clinical studies have provided evidence that markers associated with elevated levels of coagulation and fibrinolysis correlate with decreased patient survival. However, ...

Thiel BA, Worodria W, Nalukwago S, Nsereko M, Sanyu I, Rejani L, Zawedde J, Canaday DH, Stein CM, Chervenak KA, Malone LL, Kiyemba R, Silver RF, Johnson JL, Mayanja-Kizza H, Boom WH. Immune cells in bronchoalveolar lavage fluid of Ugandan adults who resist versus those who develop latent Mycobacterium tuberculosis infection. PLoS One. 2021 Apr 9;16(4):e0249477. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0249477. PMID: 33836031; PMCID: PMC8034721.

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Submitter: Louisa Pawusch

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Induced fit docking studies of the dinitroaniline parent trifluraline and the newly designed dinitroaniline-etherphospholipid hybrids against different potential binding sites in monomeric and multimeric kinetoplastid tubulin receptors.

This study includes the experimental data for model validation and the model predictions of that data set.

This study includes the experimental data for model validation and the model predictions of that data set.

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Submitter: Aaron Laier

Investigation: 1 hidden item

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Haosheng Feng, Shao-Xiong Lennon Luo, Robert G Croy, John M. Essigmann, Timothy M. Swager

Cu(I) from tetrakis(acetonitrile)copper(I) hexafluorophosphate ([Cu(MeCN)4]PF6) was complexed with five structurally related phosphines containing N-heterocycles. The interactions between the resulting complexes and some N-nitrosamines were studied using X-ray crystallography as well as emission spectroscopy. Upon complexation, three ...

Amanda L. Armijo, Pennapa Thongaram, Bogdan I. Fedeles, Judy Yau, Jennifer E Kay, Joshua J. Corrigan, Marisa Chancharoen, Supawadee Chawanthayatham, Leona D. Samson, Sebastian E. Carrasco, Bevin P. Engelward, James G. Fox, Robert G. Croy & John M. Essigmann

DNA-methylating environmental carcinogens such as N-nitrosodimethylamine (NDMA) and certain alkylators used in chemotherapy form O6-methylguanine (m6G) as a functionally critical intermediate. NDMA ...

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Sequence and electrostatic potential analyses to identify sites in tubulins that differ between dinitroaniline-sensitive and dinitroaniline-resistant species.

A minimal metadata template for high content screening experiments in microscopy. The template is compliant with REMBI (Recommended Metadata for Biological Images) and the ISA framework (Investigations, Studies and Assays).

Here you will find guidelines for filling in MIHCSME metadata templates, as well as examples of published HCS studies that use MIHCSME.

This study describes the results of a survey on enrichment analysis tool usage and provenance reporting for a corpus of SARS-CoV2 data.

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