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Table 2 Textual evidence for the reaction, R6 of the NF-kB pathway

From: New challenges for text mining: mapping between text and manually curated pathways

PMID SID Textual Evidence from Literature
8430069 S4 NF-kappa B, which is rapidly translocated from the cytoplasm to nucleus
9095577 S5 translocation of NF-kappa B into the nucleus
8108414 S3 nuclear translocation of NF-kappa B
9032271 S4 NF-kappaB translocates to the nucleus
9442374 S5 NF-kappa B translocation into the nucleus
9804806 S8 nuclear translocation of NF-kappa B
2017258 S6 nuclear translocation of active NF-kappa B
8330898 S6 NF-kappa B, which is rapidly taken up into nuclei
8460169 S3 NF-kappa B nuclear localization
7520914 S7 Nuclear translocation of cytosolic NF-kappa B
7878466 S4 NF-kappa B to translocate to the nucleus
7925300 S4 nuclear translocation primarily of p50-p65
7929104 S5 translocation of p65 and c-Rel NF.kappa B proteins from cytoplasmic stores to the nucleus
9129050 S6 NF-kappaB/Rel proteins translocated to nuclear fractions
9224203 S6 NF-kappa B migrates to the nucleus
10197731 S3 translocation of the active p65-50 heterodimer to the nucleus
10202024 S8 NF-kappaB was translocated to the nucleus
10452760 S12 NF-kappaB nuclear translocation
7541794 S5 nuclear translocation of the p50 and p65 subunits of the NF-kappa B transcription factor
7594489 S1 nuclear translocation of NF-kappa B (p50/p65)
7594489 S8 nuclear translocation of NF-kappa B p50/p65
9344365 S11 NFkappaB to translocate into the nucleus
9442373 S2 Transcription factor NF-kappa B must be released from cytoplasmic inhibitory molecules (I kappa Bs) in order to move to the nucleus
7935451 S7 nuclear translocation of the active NF-kappa B
9366415 S10 NF-kappa B nuclear translocation
9804806 S5 release of NF-kappaB/Rel proteins into the nucleus
  1. Textual evidence associated to the reaction R6 of the GENIA version NF-kB pathway. They are all extracted from the GENIA corpus and stored as GENIA pathway corpus. The PMID and SID (sentence ID) of the source of the textual evidence are given in the first and second column respectively. The reaction R6 represents localization of NF-kB from cytoplasm to nucleus. The text expressions referring to the NF-kB, the localization event and the location information are highlighted in bold, underlined, and italicized respectively.
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