Agarwal, P; Searls, DB. 2009. Can literature analysis identify innovation drivers in drug discovery?. NATURE REVIEWS DRUG DISCOVERY 8 (11): 865-878
K S Chudamani
ksc at LIBRARY.IISC.ERNET.IN
Fri Feb 26 00:40:42 EST 2010
The same has been observed long back by Chudamani and Asundi. It has been
reported in a paper submitted OCLC- DRTC workshop on electronic resource
management. In the paper we have said that there will be core and non core
areas of thrust. The title of the paper is " Use of a
Knowledge Base of Subject Relationship for Enhancing Retrieval Performance
in the Digital Environment". It is available in the DRTC LDL digital
On Wed, 24 Feb 2010, Eugene Garfield wrote:
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> Agarwal, P; Searls, DB. 2009. Can literature analysis identify innovation drivers
> in drug discovery?. NATURE REVIEWS DRUG DISCOVERY 8 (11): 865-878.
> Author Full Name(s): Agarwal, Pankaj; Searls, David B.
> Language: English
> Document Type: Article
> Abstract: Drug discovery must be guided not only by medical need and
> commercial potential, but also by the areas in which new science is creating
> therapeutic opportunities, such as target identification and the understanding
> of disease mechanisms. To systematically identify such areas of high scientific
> activity, we use bibliometrics and related data-mining methods to analyse over
> half a terabyte of data, including PubMed abstracts, literature citation data and
> patent filings. These analyses reveal trends in scientific activity related to
> disease studied at varying levels, down to individual genes and pathways, and
> provide methods to monitor areas in which scientific advances are likely to
> create new therapeutic opportunities.
> Addresses: [Agarwal, Pankaj; Searls, David B.] GlaxoSmithKline Inc, Computat
> Biol Dept, King Of Prussia, PA 19406 USA
> Reprint Address: Agarwal, P, GlaxoSmithKline Inc, Computat Biol Dept, 709
> Swedeland Rd,POB 1539, King Of Prussia, PA 19406 USA.
> E-mail Address: Pankaj.Agarwal at gsk.com
> ISSN: 1474-1776
> DOI: 10.1038/nrd2973
> URL: http://www.nature.com/nrd/journal/v8/n11/full/nrd2973.html
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