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ABEE: automated bio entity extraction from biomedical text documents

ABEE: automated bio entity extraction from biomedical text documents The purpose of this study was to design a multitask learning model so that biomedical entities can be extracted without having any ambiguity from biomedical texts.Design/methodology/approachIn the proposed automated bio entity extraction (ABEE) model, a multitask learning model has been introduced with the combination of single-task learning models. Our model used Bidirectional Encoder Representations from Transformers to train the single-task learning model. Then combined model's outputs so that we can find the verity of entities from biomedical text.FindingsThe proposed ABEE model targeted unique gene/protein, chemical and disease entities from the biomedical text. The finding is more important in terms of biomedical research like drug finding and clinical trials. This research aids not only to reduce the effort of the researcher but also to reduce the cost of new drug discoveries and new treatments.Research limitations/implicationsAs such, there are no limitations with the model, but the research team plans to test the model with gigabyte of data and establish a knowledge graph so that researchers can easily estimate the entities of similar groups.Practical implicationsAs far as the practical implication concerned, the ABEE model will be helpful in various natural language processing task as in information extraction (IE), it plays an important role in the biomedical named entity recognition and biomedical relation extraction and also in the information retrieval task like literature-based knowledge discovery.Social implicationsDuring the COVID-19 pandemic, the demands for this type of our work increased because of the increase in the clinical trials at that time. If this type of research has been introduced previously, then it would have reduced the time and effort for new drug discoveries in this area.Originality/valueIn this work we proposed a novel multitask learning model that is capable to extract biomedical entities from the biomedical text without any ambiguity. The proposed model achieved state-of-the-art performance in terms of precision, recall and F1 score. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Data Technologies and Applications Emerald Publishing

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Publisher
Emerald Publishing
Copyright
© Emerald Publishing Limited
ISSN
2514-9288
DOI
10.1108/dta-04-2022-0151
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Abstract

The purpose of this study was to design a multitask learning model so that biomedical entities can be extracted without having any ambiguity from biomedical texts.Design/methodology/approachIn the proposed automated bio entity extraction (ABEE) model, a multitask learning model has been introduced with the combination of single-task learning models. Our model used Bidirectional Encoder Representations from Transformers to train the single-task learning model. Then combined model's outputs so that we can find the verity of entities from biomedical text.FindingsThe proposed ABEE model targeted unique gene/protein, chemical and disease entities from the biomedical text. The finding is more important in terms of biomedical research like drug finding and clinical trials. This research aids not only to reduce the effort of the researcher but also to reduce the cost of new drug discoveries and new treatments.Research limitations/implicationsAs such, there are no limitations with the model, but the research team plans to test the model with gigabyte of data and establish a knowledge graph so that researchers can easily estimate the entities of similar groups.Practical implicationsAs far as the practical implication concerned, the ABEE model will be helpful in various natural language processing task as in information extraction (IE), it plays an important role in the biomedical named entity recognition and biomedical relation extraction and also in the information retrieval task like literature-based knowledge discovery.Social implicationsDuring the COVID-19 pandemic, the demands for this type of our work increased because of the increase in the clinical trials at that time. If this type of research has been introduced previously, then it would have reduced the time and effort for new drug discoveries in this area.Originality/valueIn this work we proposed a novel multitask learning model that is capable to extract biomedical entities from the biomedical text without any ambiguity. The proposed model achieved state-of-the-art performance in terms of precision, recall and F1 score.

Journal

Data Technologies and ApplicationsEmerald Publishing

Published: Apr 25, 2023

Keywords: Biomedical entity extraction; Neural network; Single-task learning; Multitask learning; Biomedical entity extraction; Bio data mining

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