BIRD: Biomedical Information Integration and Discovery with Semantic Web Services View Full Text


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DATE

2007

AUTHORS

Juan Miguel Gomez , Mariano Rico , Francisco García-Sánchez , Ying Liu , Marília Terra de Mello

ABSTRACT

Biomedical research is now information intensive; the volume and diversity of new data sources challenges current database technologies. The development and tuning of database technologies for biology and medicine will maintain and accelerate the current pace for innovation and discovery. New promising application fields such as the Semantic Web and Semantic Web Services can leverage the potential of biomedical information integration and discovery, facing the problem of semantic heterogeneity of biomedical information sources in a variety of storage and data formats widely distributed both across the Internet and within individual organizations. In this paper, we present BIRD, a fully-fledged biomedical information integration solution that combines natural language analysis and semantically-empowered techniques to ascertain how the user needs can be best fit. Our approach is backed with a proof-of-concept implementation where the breakthrough and efficiency of integrating the biomedical publications database PubMed, the Database of Interacting Proteins (DIP) and the Munich Information Center for Protein Sequences (MIPS) has been tested. More... »

PAGES

561-570

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