Rainer Winnenburg
Rainer Winnenburg
Stanford Center for Biomedical Informatics Research
Verified email at stanford.edu
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SuperCYP: a comprehensive database on Cytochrome P450 enzymes including a tool for analysis of CYP-drug interactions
S Preissner, K Kroll, M Dunkel, C Senger, G Goldsobel, D Kuzman, ...
Nucleic acids research 38 (suppl_1), D237-D243, 2010
2922010
PHI-base: a new database for pathogen host interactions
R Winnenburg, TK Baldwin, M Urban, C Rawlings, J Köhler, ...
Nucleic acids research 34 (suppl_1), D459-D464, 2006
2422006
PHI-base update: additions to the pathogen–host interaction database
R Winnenburg, M Urban, A Beacham, TK Baldwin, S Holland, ...
Nucleic acids research 36 (suppl_1), D572-D576, 2007
1682007
Facts from text: can text mining help to scale-up high-quality manual curation of gene products with ontologies?
R Winnenburg, T Wächter, C Plake, A Doms, M Schroeder
Briefings in bioinformatics 9 (6), 466-478, 2008
1022008
The pathogen-host interactions database (PHI-base) provides insights into generic and novel themes of pathogenicity
TK Baldwin, R Winnenburg, M Urban, C Rawlings, J Koehler, ...
Molecular plant-microbe interactions 19 (12), 1451-1462, 2006
802006
The digital revolution in phenotyping
A Oellrich, N Collier, T Groza, D Rebholz-Schuhmann, N Shah, ...
Briefings in Bioinformatics, 2015
592015
Implementation and relevance of FAIR data principles in biopharmaceutical R&D
J Wise, AG de Barron, A Splendiani, B Balali-Mood, D Vasant, E Little, ...
Drug discovery today 24 (4), 933-938, 2019
582019
A method for systematic discovery of adverse drug events from clinical notes
G Wang, K Jung, R Winnenburg, NH Shah
Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association 22 (6), 1196-1204, 2015
572015
Interpretation of biological experiments changes with evolution of the Gene Ontology and its annotations
A Tomczak, JM Mortensen, R Winnenburg, C Liu, DT Alessi, V Swamy, ...
Scientific reports 8 (1), 1-10, 2018
442018
GoGene: gene annotation in the fast lane
C Plake, L Royer, R Winnenburg, J Hakenberg, M Schroeder
Nucleic acids research 37 (suppl_2), W300-W304, 2009
432009
The NLM value set authority center
O Bodenreider, D Nguyen, P Chiang, P Chuang, M Madden, ...
Studies in health technology and informatics 192, 1224, 2013
362013
Drug repurposing by integrated literature mining and drug–gene–disease triangulation
P Sun, J Guo, R Winnenburg, J Baumbach
Drug discovery today 22 (4), 615-619, 2017
342017
Feasibility of prioritizing drug–drug-event associations found in electronic health records
JM Banda, A Callahan, R Winnenburg, HR Strasberg, A Cami, BY Reis, ...
Drug safety 39 (1), 45-57, 2016
312016
A time-indexed reference standard of adverse drug reactions
R Harpaz, D Odgers, G Gaskin, W DuMouchel, R Winnenburg, ...
Scientific data 1 (1), 1-10, 2014
302014
Leveraging MEDLINE indexing for pharmacovigilance–inherent limitations and mitigation strategies
R Winnenburg, A Sorbello, A Ripple, R Harpaz, J Tonning, A Szarfman, ...
Journal of Biomedical Informatics, 2015
242015
Coverage of phenotypes in standard terminologies
R Winnenburg, O Bodenreider
Joint Bio-Ontologies and BioLINK ISMB, 41-44, 2014
222014
MeMotif: a database of linear motifs in α-helical transmembrane proteins
A Marsico, K Scheubert, A Tuukkanen, A Henschel, C Winter, ...
Nucleic acids research 38 (suppl_1), D181-D189, 2010
222010
Improved mutation tagging with gene identifiers applied to membrane protein stability prediction
R Winnenburg, C Plake, M Schroeder
BMC bioinformatics 10 (8), 1-11, 2009
222009
The OXL format for the exchange of integrated datasets
J Taubert, KP Sieren, M Hindle, B Hoekman, R Winnenburg, S Philippi, ...
Journal of Integrative Bioinformatics 4 (3), 27-40, 2007
222007
Toward multimodal signal detection of adverse drug reactions
R Harpaz, W DuMouchel, M Schuemie, O Bodenreider, C Friedman, ...
Journal of biomedical informatics 76, 41-49, 2017
192017
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