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Information-Processing Model of Concept Formation – Is First Language Acquisition Universal?

-46. 15. Dreyer, F. R., F. Pulvermüller. Abstract Semantics in the Motor System? – An Event-Related fMRI Study on Passive Reading of Semantic Word Categories Carrying Abstract Emotional and Mental Meaning. – Cortex, 2017. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cortex.2017.10.021 16. Gardiner, J., J. Marc. Arabidopsis Thaliana, a Plant Model Organism for the Neuronal Microtubule Cytoskeleton? – Journal of Experimental Botany, Vol. 62 , 2010, No 1, pp. 89-97. 17. Goldin-Meadow, S., C. Yang. Statistical Evidence That a Child Can Create a Combinatorial Linguistic System

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Improving Publication Pipeline with Automated Biological Entity Detection and Validation Service

ongoing efforts on integrating comprehensive information from diverse sources and making them accessible through a web portal interface for targeted research communities. Arabidopsis Information Portal (Araport) is a project dedicated to Arabidopsis research (https://www.araport.org/) ( Swarbreck et al., 2007 ; Krishnakumar et al., 2014 ). The project integrates information on Arabidopsis genes and their function annotations from various data sources and makes all information accessible through a web portal. Other examples include Gramene (www.gramene.org) and

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Citation performance of publications grouped by keywords, titles, and abstracts

protein-kinase; nf-kappa-b; genome; placebo-controlled trial; arabidopsis-thaliana; growth-factor receptor; synaptic plasticity; mouse model; mesenchymal stem-cells; growth-factor-beta; drug-delivery; human brain; innate immunity The structure of top performing keywords is different from the general distribution. There are 956 keywords that have been in at least 3,000 publications. Only 62 (6%) of them have more than one word. However, 19 out of 30 (61%) of top performing keywords have multiple words. Keywords that have highest frequency are not prevalent

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