Bui Quoc Chinh
Bui Quoc Chinh
Elsevier; University of Amsterdam
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A hybrid approach to extract protein–protein interactions
QC Bui, S Katrenko, PMA Sloot
Bioinformatics 27 (2), 259-265, 2011
Gender disparities in invited commentary authorship in 2459 medical journals
EG Thomas, B Jayabalasingham, T Collins, J Geertzen, C Bui, F Dominici
JAMA network open 2 (10), e1913682-e1913682, 2019
Knowledge-based extraction of adverse drug events from biomedical text
N Kang, B Singh, C Bui, Z Afzal, EM van Mulligen, JA Kors
BMC bioinformatics 15, 1-8, 2014
A novel feature-based approach to extract drug-drug interactions from biomedical text
QC Bui, PMA Sloot, EM van Mulligen, JA Kors
Bioinformatics, 2014
A fast rule-based approach for biomedical event extraction
QC Bui, D Campos, E van Mulligen, JA Kors
Proceedings of the BioNLP Shared Task 2013 Workshop, 104-108, 2013
Extracting causal relations on HIV drug resistance from literature
QC Bui, BÓ Nualláin, CA Boucher, PMA Sloot
BMC bioinformatics 11, 1-11, 2010
A robust approach to extract biomedical events from literature
QC Bui, PMA Sloot
Bioinformatics 28 (20), 2654-2661, 2012
Entity recognition in parallel multi-lingual biomedical corpora: The CLEF-ER laboratory overview
D Rebholz-Schuhmann, S Clematide, F Rinaldi, S Kafkas, ...
Information Access Evaluation. Multilinguality, Multimodality, and …, 2013
Extracting biological events from text using simple syntactic patterns
QC Bui, PMA Sloot
Proceedings of BioNLP Shared Task 2011 Workshop, 143-146, 2011
TrigNER: automatically optimized biomedical event trigger recognition on scientific documents
D Campos, QC Bui, S Matos, JL Oliveira
Source code for biology and medicine 9, 1-13, 2014
Relation extraction methods for biomedical literature
QC Bui
Structure 1, 2012
Multilingual Semantic Resources and Parallel Corpora in the Biomedical Domain: the CLEF-ER Challenge.
D Rebholz-Schuhmann, S Clematide, F Rinaldi, S Kafkas, ...
CLEF (Working Notes), 2013
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