KMINE Literature Reports
KMINE Literature Reports summarize the relevant literature for bacteria, genes, metabolites pathways, drugs, phenotypes and diseases, or other biomedical terms. All automated literature reports are based on PubMed abstracts and are generated as interactive HTML pages.
The KMINE Literature Reports are generated for a set of concepts that a client has a particular interest in. This Start Set is provided by the client. The Start Set consists of concepts such as human genes, metabolites, pathways, bacteria, phenotypes and diseases. This report helps in the look-up of the relevant literature for thisStart Set: it displays abstracts about each of these concepts and all inter-connections. Next, relations between the concepts of the Start Set and concepts that are part of our BioSets are described. BioSets are expert-curated sets of different biological concepts that describe a certain topic. Examples of BioSets that can optionally be included are: gut health, skin health, brain health, oncology and immunity. Finally, relations between the concepts of your Start Set and the Discovery Set are described. The Discovery Set contains over 200,000 biological concepts that are the basis of our KMAP database. The above is described in the overview picture below:
The report has been divided into several sections, designed to answer specific questions. These are listed below:
- What is known about the members of my set?
- How are the concepts related to each other?
- Which facts are known about the members of my set?
- How are my concepts related to BioSets?
- How is each concept related to new concepts?
A mixed omics set of concepts related to gut microbiome including organisms, pathways and metabolites.
A set of 10 genes related to general inflammation and to the disease Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis.
A set of micro-organisms related to the skin microbiome.