Textpresso is an information extracting and processing package
for biological literature. It was initially developed by Hans-Michael
Muller, Eimear Kenny and Paul W. Sternberg, with contributions from
Juancarlos Chan and David Chen. This new version (officially known as
Textpresso 2.0) was developed by Hans-Michael Muller with
contributions from Arun Rangarajan and Tracy K. Teal. Textpresso is
part of WormBase at the California Institute of Technology,
California. Textpresso is supported by a grant from the National Human
Genome Research Institute at the US National Institutes of Health # HG004090.
The Gene Ontology Consortium holds a copyright for most of the
contents of the 'Biological Process', 'Molecular Function' and
'Cellular Component' ontologies used on this site. All other material
in this web site are copyrighted by the authors of the Textpresso
Project at the California Institute of Technology. All materials
appearing on this server may not be reproduced or stored in a
retrieval system without prior written permission of the publisher and
in no case for profit. Documents from this server are provided "AS-IS"
without any warranty, expressed or implied.
Any results and output obtained from the TextpressoTM server shall not
be used for any purpose other than private study, scholarship or academic research. Anybody using Textpresso in excess of "fair use" may be liable for copyright infringement.
Hans-Michael Müller and Paul W. Sternberg claim all rights in the word "Textpresso" as a trademark.
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