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iHOP retrieves every sentence in PUBMED that cites your protein of interest.

iHOP retrieves every sentence in PUBMED that cites your protein of interest. - Protein Science

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Red face iHOP retrieves every sentence in PUBMED that cites your protein of interest.



Must see tool for protein research ---> [Only registered users see links. ]
Enter your protein and see every complete sentence in Pubmed database that includes your protein. Very quick way to educate yourself on a specific protein.

Here's an example, a query for erbb2 in homo sapiens.
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Here's the intro to this tool from the website:

A gene network for navigating the literature:
A network of genes and proteins extends through the scientific literature, touching on phenotypes, pathologies and gene function. We report the development of an information system that provides this network as a natural way of accessing the more than ten million abstracts in PubMed. By using genes and proteins as hyperlinks between sentences and abstracts, we convert the information in PubMed into one navigable resource and bring all the advantages of the internet to scientific literature investigation.
Moreover, this literature network can be superimposed on experimental interaction data (e.g. yeast two-hybrid data from Drosophila melanogaster and Caenorhabditis elegans) to make possible a simultaneous analysis of new and existing knowledge. The network, called Information Hyperlinked over Proteins (iHOP), contains half a million sentences and 30,000 different genes from humans, mice, D. melanogaster, C. elegans, zebrafish, Arabidopsis thaliana, yeast and Escherichia coli.
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Thanks for this amazing tool Danfive, really helpful for protein bioinformatics
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