GenCLiP is a literature mining tool that can cluster a list of genes with keywords that are auto-extracted from their up-to-date related literature and then manually curated by the user. GenCLiP can also generate a group of negative control genes and a group of positive control genes for comparing the cluster results with the analyzed genes to filter out un-specific keywords.
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Wang JH, Zhao LF, Wang HF, Wen YT, Jiang KK, Mao XM, Zhou ZY, Yao KT, Geng QS, Guo D, Huang ZX.
GenCLiP 3: mining human genes’ functions and regulatory networks from PubMed based on co-occurrences and natural language processing.
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GenCLiP 2.0: a web server for functional clustering of genes and construction of molecular networks based on free terms.
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GenCLiP: a software program for clustering gene lists by literature profiling and constructing gene co-occurrence networks related to custom keywords.
Huang ZX, Tian HY, Hu ZF, Zhou YB, Zhao J, Yao KT.