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Arrowsmith: Identify meaningful links between two sets of Medline articles
Author-ity: Identify Medline articles written by a particular individual
Anne O'Tate: Summarize, drill-down and browse the results of a PubMed query
WETLAB: An open source electronic lab notebook
ADAM: Another database of abbreviations in Medline
Compendium of Biomedical Text Mining Tools
Journal of Biomedical Discovery and Collaboration:
A peer-reviewed, open-access journal that encompasses all aspects of scientific information management and studies of scientific practice. The journal is indexed in PubMed, PubMed Central, Google Scholar, Scopus, and DOAJ.
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The Arrowsmith Project homepage recently (12/07) received a rating of Excellent from Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News: "Though it is aimed mainly at nerds, Arrowsmith appears to have a stranglehold on the field of scientific reference analysis/retrieval."

Investigators and sites involved:

University of Illinois at Chicago, Department of Psychiatry:
  Neil R. Smalheiser, MD, PhD
  Giovanni Lugli
  Wei Zhang
  Wei Zhou
  Martin Hulth
  Ruth West
  Marc Weeber, PhD

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Graduate School of Library and Information Science:
  Vetle I. Torvik, PhD

University of Chicago, Division of the Humanities:
  Don R. Swanson, PhD

University of California, San Diego:
  Maryann Martone, PhD

University of Memphis, Department of Biology:
  Ramin Homayouni, PhD


This Human Brain Project/Neuroinformatics research is funded jointly by the National Library of Medicine and the National Institute of Mental Health. This site utilizes a modified version of the Entrez/PubMed search interface to Medline. The Medline database and the MMTx program (a Java implementation of the MetaMap algorithm) were graciously provided by the National Library of Medicine. The NeuroNames 2002 CD was provided by Prof. Douglas M. Bowden of the University of Washington. The Gene and Protein Name database was provided by Lorraine Tanabe and W. John Wilbur of the National Center for Biotechnology Information. Thanks to Matt Janicak for designing the website logo.

Copyright © 2002-7 by the University of Illinois at Chicago.

Last modified: Thu Dec 20 2007