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I have been extracted number of abstracts from pubmed. now I am having a bunch of abstracts of pubmed articles now from this abstracts I need to extract gene names which are included in abstracts.

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    $\begingroup$ What you need is a list of genes a priori. In my opinion the problem is there are often no "markers" to alert a text finding algorithm that XXX is gene or a protein, i.e. often no labelled as gene or protein. I could be wrong however. $\endgroup$ – Michael G. Mar 14 at 13:45
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    $\begingroup$ Welcome to Bioinformatics.StackExchange @VenkataraoMannem! Please take a look at our Help Center, in particular how to ask a good question. Specifically, please tell us what you have tried so far and why it is not working. There is a lot of published literature on text mining of biomedical literature. Are you having trouble finding this literature? (Have you even made an attempt?) Have you found a strategy but now need help running it? Please use the [edit] button to update your post with these details so we can better help you! $\endgroup$ – Daniel Standage Mar 14 at 14:08
  • $\begingroup$ Cross-posted from Biostars: biostars.org/p/368251/#368431 $\endgroup$ – Alex Reynolds Mar 14 at 20:50

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