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the Su Lab at The Scripps Research Institute

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Campaign for NGLY1
If you can read, you can help

There are over 20 million articles indexed in Pubmed, and roughly one article published every THIRTY seconds, biomedical literature represents an exciting and challenging big data issue. Coupled with the fact that most articles contain a lot of important but unstructured information, and that natural language processing is a challenging computational problem; Mark2Cure is a citizen science and volunteer-based approach to dealing with this issue.

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As a web-based citizen science app, Mark2Cure enables non-scientists to help annotate biomedical literature. This builds the foundation of a biomedical literature-based knowledgebase that is crucial for the development of text mining programs and algorithms.

Anyone who can read is welcome to contribute. Our participants range from highschoolers to retirees. Our current campaign targets NGLY1-deficiency, an ultra rare disease affecting children.

If you can read, you can help. Start now:

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  • Reading Comprehension
  • Critical Thinking
  • English


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  • People 55+
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