GeneView is an online tool that lets you search scientific articles using keywords and identifiers for specific biological entities. Compared to tools like PubMed, it has the following advanced features: We recognize several biological entities in each article, including all genes and SNPs. Such objects are highlighted in the text. See here for an example. Also, see here for a query that makes the most direct use of this text analysis by searching for an Entrez gene id. One can sort the results of a query according to what an articles contains: (a) the number of genes or (b) the number of SNPs. See here for a query whose results is sorted by the number of contained genes. Additionally, each user you can define his/her own set of interesting genes and filter search results according to this list.

References in zbMATH (referenced in 1 article )

Showing result 1 of 1.
Sorted by year (citations)

  1. Lodhi, Huma M. (ed.); Muggleton, Stephen H. (ed.): Elements of computational systems biology. (2010)