Biomedical text mining can facilitate and accelerate the process of discovery and integration of data present in literature. Specialized areas like translational bioinformatics have been emerging with the aim of integrating biological and clinical data. A dimension of our research is focussed on biomedical text mining aimed at correlating diseases and molecular entities as well as associating food with their nutritional values.
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