You know an article is going to be good when it starts with a sentence like ‘Due to the overwhelming increase in [sequence data/transcriptomics data/etc]…’. So an opening gambit of ‘With the overwhelming amount and exponential increase of biomedical literature[...]‘ filled me with the promise of things to come.
The aim of this [...]
This paper caused a bit of a stir when it was published last week. The suggestion that highly curated ‘gold standard’ databases may not be as high quality as has been assumed had august figures such as Henning Hermjakob up in arms and countering as swiftly as humanly possible.
Protein-protein interactions, at the [...]
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