Mappings between PubMed identifiers and probe identifiers


PubMed includes over 14 million citations for biomedical articles back to the 1950's. Each article has a unique PubMed identifier. YEASTPMID2PROBE maps PubMed identifiers to probe identifiers representing genes cited by the publications identified by the PubMed identifiers


Titles, abstracts, and possibly full texts of articles can be obtained from PubMed by providing a valid PubMed id. The pubmed function of annotate can also be used for the same purpose

Mappings were based on data provided by:

Yeast Genome: Built: Yeast Genome data are built at various time intervals. Sources used were downloaded Tue Oct 26 12:36:33 2004

Package built Tue Oct 26 14:35:47 2004


    # Convert the environment to a list
    xx <- as.list(YEASTPMID2PROBE)
    if(length(xx) > 0){
        # The probe ids for the first two elements of XX
        # Get the first one
        if(interactive() && require(annotate)){
            # Gets article information as XML files for a PubMed id
            xmls <- pubmed(names(xx)[1], disp = "data")
            # Views article information using a browser
            pubmed(names(xx)[1], disp = "browser")

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