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[1] cell division
PMID Curator System Sentence
15170211 Yes Yes Some LSCs emerged only in recipients of serial transplantation, indicating they divided rarely and underwent self-renewal rather than commitment after cell division within primary recipients.
15169907 Yes No Replicative senescence is induced by critical telomere shortening and limits the proliferation of primary cells to a finite number of divisions.
[2] cell wall biosynthesis \(sensu Gram-negative Bacteria\)

[3] clypeo-labral disc development

[4] determination of genital disc primordium

[5] determination of wing disc primordium

[6] endothelial cell development
PMID Curator System Sentence
15168350 No No Further understanding of the molecular mechanisms of endothelial and epithelial cell injury, inflammatory reaction, fibroblast proliferation, collagen deposition and tissue remodeling, should lead to the development of effective treatments against pulmonary fibrosis.
15163622 No No Endothelial cell proliferation and the development of vascular/blood cell-filled spaces are inherent in the growth of HE.
15161644 No No The angiopoietins (Ang) are endothelial cell-related factors necessary for the development and maintenance of all vessels.
15161350 No No Radiation-induced endothelial cell apoptosis is involved in the development of many radiation injuries, including radiation-induced skin ulcers.
15161349 No No Radiation-induced endothelial cell apoptosis is involved in the development of many radiation injuries, including radiation-induced skin ulcers.
15157618 No No Since the vasculature of tumours is easily accessible to drug carrier systems, the described endothelial cell-specific immunoliposomes may be useful for the development of efficacious and safe vascular targeting agents in cancer therapy.
15156413 No No Clinical manifestations and pathophysiological mechanisms of diabetic angiopathy can be traced back to the development of endothelial cell dysfunction with alterations in the eNOS/NO system production or availability as the primum movens in its natural history.
[7] eye-antennal disc development
PMID Curator System Sentence
15166150 Yes No Here we report the structure of the Mitf gene in Drosophila and demonstrate expression during embryonic development and in the eye-antennal imaginal disc.
12829713 No No Overexpression of DIP1 in the eye-antennal imaginal disc, early in embryonic and larval development, causes the formation of supernumerary structures in the head capsule.
11934850 No No We show that Ptc regulates Drosophila head development by promoting cell proliferation in the eye-antennal disc.
11806636 No No To investigate eye span development we have compared eye-antennal disc morphology and the expression of three key regulator genes of Drosophila head development, Distal-less (Dll), engrailed (en), and wingless (wg), in the stalk-eyed flies and Drosophila.
11546747 Yes No Early ectopic expression in embryonic discs interferes with the developmental pathway primed by Eyeless and generates headless flies, which suggests that Eyeless is necessary for initiating cell proliferation and development of both the eye and antennal disc.
11171343 Yes Yes Drosophila homologues of the transcriptional coactivation complex subunits TRAP240 and TRAP230 are required for identical processes in eye-antennal disc development.
11171343 Yes No Loss of either blind spot or kohtalo has identical effects on the development of the eye-antennal disc.
9788434 Yes No Whole-mount in situ hybridizations demonstrated that DAP-2 is expressed initially at stage 9 of Drosophila embryonic development and that DAP-2 transcripts are detected in regions of the brain, eye-antennal disc, optical lobe, antenno-maxillary complex, and in a subset of cells of the ventral nerve cord.
9753671 Yes No In addition to its role in the salivary duct, eye gone is required in the embryo for the development of the eye-antennal imaginal disc and the chemosensory antennal organ.
[8] genital disc anterior/posterior pattern formation

[9] genital disc development
PMID Curator System Sentence
12466197 Yes No Development of the Drosophila genital disc requires interactions between its segmental primordia.
12466197 Yes No Furthermore, cell ablation experiments show that the presence of all primordia (either the anal or the genital primordium) during development are required for normal development of genital disc.
12466197 Yes No Collectively, these findings suggest that interaction between segmental primordia is required for the normal development of the genital disc.
11702781 Yes Yes The classical view of genital disc development is that in each sex, dsx autonomously "represses" the development of the inappropriate genital primordium while allowing the development of the appropriate primordium.
11494318 Yes No The development of the Drosophila genital disc.
11494318 No No Therefore, the genital disc is a very good experimental model of how the sex-determination and homeotic genes - which determine cell identity - interact to direct the development of a population of cells into male or female terminalia.
11494318 Yes No It has been proposed that the sexually dimorphic development of the genital disc is the result of an integrated genetic input, made up by the sex-determination gene doublesex and the homeotic gene Abdominal-B.
11290302 No No We show that the gene dachshund (dac) is differentially expressed in the male and female genital discs, and plays sex-specific roles in the development of the genitalia.
11245569 Yes No Sex determination genes control the development of the Drosophila genital disc, modulating the response to Hedgehog, Wingless and Decapentaplegic signals.
11152632 Yes No The Hox gene Abdominal-B antagonizes appendage development in the genital disc of Drosophila.
10446270 No No This study reports the expression pattern of Dll in the genital disc, the requirement of Dll activity for the development of the terminalia and the activation of Dll by the combined action of the morphogenetic signals Wingless (Wg) and Decapentaplegic (Dpp).
9799432 Yes No We have analysed the roles of these genes in organising the development and differentiation of the genital discs, which are bilaterally symmetrical and possess different primordia, namely, the male and female genital primordia and an anal primordium.
9799432 Yes No Our results suggest that the organising activity of en in genital discs programs the normal development and differentiation of the genital disc by regulating the expression of hh.
7790349 Yes No A strong reduction in the expression of oho31 by a P element inserted in the 5' untranslated region of the oho31 transcript or a complete inactivation of oho31 by imprecise P element excision leads to malignant development of the hematopoietic organs and the genital disc, as shown by their growth autonomy in transplantation assays.
7700356 No No The Abdominal B (AbdB) genes constitute a distinct subfamily of homeobox genes that exhibit posterior domains of expression, including the genital imaginal disc in Drosophila and the developing urogenital system in vertebrates.
[10] genital disc pattern formation

[11] hair cell differentiation
PMID Curator System Sentence
15078078 Yes No The potential of embryonic stem (ES) cells to differentiate into inner ear hair cells was examined in this study.
15078073 Yes No To examine whether hair cell immunophenotypes could be derived from the central nervous system (CNS), we established cell cultures from embryonic day 16.5 fetal rat brain tissues, and analyzed changes in immunohistochemical features of the CNS cell cultures by induction of differentiation.
15078073 Yes No These findings indicate that immature neural progenitors possess the potential to differentiate into hair cell phenotypes.
15078071 Yes No Expression of beta-catenin was examined together with the expression of Ki-67, a marker for proliferating cells, or myosin VIIa, a marker for differentiated hair cells.
15078071 Yes No In addition, during differentiation and maturation of hair cells, the area of beta-catenin expression was further limited.
14699969 No No Further analysis of the patterns of afferent fiber losses in mutations that do not develop differentiated hair cells shows that the expression of neurotrophins is remarkably strong and can support afferent innervation.
14699969 Yes Yes Indeed, BDNF may be one of the earliest genes expressed selectively in hair cells and it appears to be regulated somewhat independently of the genes needed for hair cell differentiation.
14662166 Yes Yes Instead of preventing cell loss, we must consider methods of stimulating cell division and hair cell differentiation from existing cells.
14593207 Yes No Generation of hair cells by stepwise differentiation of embryonic stem cells.
14593207 Yes No We further demonstrate that cells that express markers characteristic of hair cells differentiate from embryonic stem cell-derived progenitors.
14578428 Yes Yes Previous studies have shown that the USH1-proteins myosin VIIa, harmonin, and cadherin 23 interact and form a functional network during hair cell differentiation in the inner ear.
[12] haltere disc development

[13] labial disc development

[14] larval cuticle pattern formation \(sensu Insecta\)

[15] leg disc anterior/posterior pattern formation

[16] leg disc development
PMID Curator System Sentence
15013806 Yes No These findings suggest that the temporal and spatial regulation of the homeotic selector gene Antennapedia in the leg disc is necessary for normal leg development in Drosophila.
14550411 No No For example, leg disc cells can transdetermine to develop as wing cells.
[17] leg disc pattern formation
PMID Curator System Sentence
11960702 No No During the leg proximodistal formation, although the early expression patterns of GbDll, Gbdac, and Gbhth significantly differ from those of Drosophila imaginal disc, their expression patterns in the fully segmented Gryllus leg were similar to those in the Drosophila late third instar disc.
[18] mRNA 3'-end processing

[19] meiotic spindle elongation
PMID Curator System Sentence
11069114 Yes No Thus, a compensation mechanism exists in mouse oocytes and formation of the first polar body can be achieved in two ways: either after migration of the spindle to the cortex in wild-type oocytes, or after elongation, without migration, of the first meiotic spindle in mos-/- oocytes.
10857582 Yes No From these results, we propose that the spindle-associated pMAPKs play an important role in the events occurring during the meiosis I/meiosis II transition, such as chromosome separation, spindle elongation and cleavage furrow formation in pig oocytes.
10775165 Yes No We postulate that in the centrosome-free meiotic spindle, NuMA aggregates the spindle microtubules at the midzone during anaphase and telophase and that the polarity of meiotic spindle microtubules might become inverted during spindle elongation.
[20] negative regulation of DNA ligation
PMID Curator System Sentence
12646620 No No Ligation of retinoic acid receptor alpha regulates negative selection of thymocytes by inhibiting both DNA binding of nur77 and synthesis of bim.
[21] negative regulation of RNA metabolism

[22] negative regulation of cell-matrix adhesion
PMID Curator System Sentence
15075376 Yes No Both the increase and decrease in cell-matrix adhesion were blocked by disrupting intracellular tension and signaling through the Rho-ROCK pathway.
12833140 Yes No We propose that negative regulation of growth-factor stimulated cell migration and promotion of cell-matrix adhesion may be related to the function of DEP-1 as tumor suppressor.
[23] negative regulation of cellular defense response
PMID Curator System Sentence
11841848 No No These results indicate that Th1 cytokine IL-2 enhances receptors involved in the response to gram-negative bacteria and that activation of cellular immunity may enhance defense against these pathogens through monocytes, but not B cells, whereas Th2 cytokine IL-4 modulates the receptor response to gram-negative bacteria and that activation of humoral immunity may enhance defense against these pathogens through B cells, but not monocytes.
[24] negative regulation of conjugation
PMID Curator System Sentence
14651627 No No Thus, even though the synthesis of these negative regulators is coupled, they each act independently on separate targets to regulate expression of conjugation functions.
14563852 No No In addition, we observe that the N terminus of the protein may be essential for the correct regulation of the protease, since expression of the core domain alone results in limited expression and loss of SUMO-1, indicative of constitutive catalytic activity.
12940985 No No Type IV secretion systems (T4SS) are multicomponent transporters of Gram-negative bacteria adapted to functions as diverse as DNA transfer in bacterial conjugation or the delivery of effector proteins into eukaryotic target cells in pathogenesis.
12816948 Yes No We previously identified a negative regulator of the NEDD8 conjugation system, NUB1, which works by recruiting NEDD8 and its conjugates to the proteasome for degradation.
12773487 No No A dominant negative inhibitor of NF-kappaB activation blocks both UbcH2 up-regulation and the increase in ubiquitin-conjugating activity stimulated by TNF-alpha.
12773487 No No In extracts from TNF-alpha-treated myotubes, ubiquitin-conjugating activity is limited by UbcH2 availability; activity is inhibited by an antiserum to UbcH2 or a dominant negative mutant of UbcH2 and is enhanced by wild-type UbcH2.
12628336 No No The negative zeta potential of plasmid DNA became almost 0 mV after Zn(2+)-coordinated conjugation with dextran-Sm.
[25] negative regulation of endothelial cell proliferation
PMID Curator System Sentence
14970264 No No We investigated whether ectopic expression of either wild-type TAL-1 or a dominant-negative mutant lacking the DNA-binding domain (Delta-bas) modulates the activity of human primary endothelial cells in the angiogenic processes of migration, proliferation and cell morphogenesis.
12773534 No No In this study, we investigated the involvement of the forkhead box, class O (FOXO) family of transcription factors and their downstream target p27Kip1 in EET-induced endothelial cell proliferation.
12773534 Yes No Transfection of CYP2C9 elicited endothelial cell proliferation and this effect was inhibited in cells co-transfected with CYP2C9 and either a dominant-negative Akt or constitutively active FOXO3a.
12773534 No No These results indicate that EET-induced endothelial cell proliferation is associated with the phosphatidylinositol 3-kinase/Akt-dependent phosphorylation and inactivation of FOXO factors and the subsequent decrease in expression of the cyclin-dependent kinase inhibitor p27Kip1.
[26] negative regulation of lymphocyte activation

[27] negative regulation of sulfur metabolism

[28] nucleoside salvage
PMID Curator System Sentence
15149878 Yes No Purine nucleoside phosphorylase (PNP) is the purine salvage enzyme that converts guanosine to guanine and inosine to hypoxanthine.
15104248 Yes Yes Deoxycytidine kinase (dCK), the principal deoxynucleoside salvage enzyme, plays a seminal role in the bioactivation of a wide array of cytotoxic nucleoside analogues.
[29] nucleotide salvage
PMID Curator System Sentence
15096815 No No Foscarnet used in salvage therapy of HIV-1 patients harbouring multiple nucleotide excision mutations.
14981049 Yes No We examined the expression of IMPDH1, IMPDH2 and HPRT transcripts, encoding enzymes of the de novo and salvage pathways of guanine nucleotide biosynthesis, respectively, in retinal sections of mice, the data indicating that the bulk of GTP within photoreceptors is generated by IMPDH1.
14977562 Yes No De-novo synthesis, salvage, and degradation of both purine and pyrimidine nucleotides are operative at all stages of somatic embryo maturation and germination.
14977562 Yes No The early phases of embryo development are accompanied by a decreased salvage activity of purine nucleotides, which reflects a reduction of cell proliferation and the initiation of organized growth.
14977562 No No The operative salvage pathway in dried embryos is needed for the enlargement of the nucleotide pool necessary to sustain the reactivation of the overall cellular metabolism at germination, before the reactivation of the de-novo pathway, which is a later event.
14729341 Yes No In the absence of the de novo purine nucleotide biosynthetic pathway in parasitic protozoa, purine salvage is of primary importance for parasite survival.
14687575 No No This reaction allows the synthesis of ribose from other sugars, as well a means for salvage of carbohydrates after nucleotide breakdown.
14660729 No No There were also 2 cell lines in which TK(1) activity changed little as cells moved from the plateau phase to exponential growth, suggesting that in these cell lines, de novo nucleotide synthesis pathways predominate over salvage pathways.
14658380 Yes No Nucleotides are synthesized both from amino acids and other small molecules via de novo pathways, and from preformed nucleobases and nucleosides by salvage pathways.
[30] positive regulation of DNA ligation

[31] positive regulation of RNA metabolism

[32] positive regulation of cell-matrix adhesion

[33] positive regulation of conjugation
PMID Curator System Sentence
12429984 No No This conjugate is more potent against LH-RH receptor positive cancer cells and has less peripheral toxicity than free doxorubicin.
[34] positive regulation of endothelial cell proliferation
PMID Curator System Sentence
14766757 Yes No ALT-C (5 nm) induces HUVEC proliferation in vitro, and it inhibits the positive effect of vascular endothelial growth factor (VEGF) or FGF-2 on the proliferation of these cells, thus suggesting a common mechanism for these proteins.
12759411 Yes No In this study, we provide evidence that IFN can stimulate the proliferation of primary human endothelial cells.
[35] positive regulation of lymphocyte activation

[36] positive regulation of retinoic acid receptor signaling pathway

[37] positive regulation of sulfur metabolism
PMID Curator System Sentence
11741847 No No Sulfur metabolism in gram-positive bacteria is poorly characterized.
[38] prothoracic disc development

[39] regulation of DNA ligation

[40] regulation of RNA metabolism

[41] regulation of carbohydrate biosynthesis

[42] regulation of cell-matrix adhesion
PMID Curator System Sentence
15075376 Yes No Both the increase and decrease in cell-matrix adhesion were blocked by disrupting intracellular tension and signaling through the Rho-ROCK pathway.
15006643 Yes No Galectins are lectins implicated in cell-cell or cell-matrix adhesion, cell growth, the cell cycle, transcription processes, and apoptosis, and some of them are differentially regulated during pre- or post-natal development.
15003926 Yes No These data suggest that PDBU may disrupt endothelial barrier function through loss of cell-matrix adhesion through l-CaD-dependent actin contraction.
[43] regulation of endothelial cell proliferation

[44] regulation of lymphocyte activation
PMID Curator System Sentence
15134782 Yes Yes The regulation of lymphocyte activation by inhibitory receptors.
15134782 Yes No The ability of activating immune recognition receptors on lymphocytes to regulate cellular activation and function can be profoundly altered by co-stimulation with inhibitory receptors.
15134778 Yes No Although the basic mechanisms of lymphocyte signaling have been established, recent studies have provided new insights into how fine-tuning the regulation of tyrosine kinases and phosphatases contributes to the delicate balance required for appropriate lymphocyte activation.
[45] regulation of sulfur amino acid metabolism
PMID Curator System Sentence
14992268 Yes No The first-pass metabolism of dietary sulfur amino acids by the liver and the robust upregulation of hepatic cysteine dioxygenase activity in response to an increase in dietary protein or sulfur amino acid level gives the liver a primary role in the removal of excess cysteine and in the synthesis of taurine.
14972351 Yes No Two hepatic enzymes, cysteine dioxygenase (CDO) and gamma-glutamylcysteine synthetase (GCS), play important regulatory roles in the response of cysteine metabolism to changes in dietary sulfur amino acid or protein levels.
14739061 No No Each of these amino acids contributes significantly to the cellular pool of organic sulfur and generally to sulfur homeostasis as well as playing a significant role in regulation of one carbon metabolism.
[46] regulation of tube diameter
PMID Curator System Sentence
14734539 Yes No Mutations in the Drosophila gene sinuous have previously been shown to cause tracheal tubes to be elongated and have diameter increases.
12973360 Yes Yes Recent studies indicate that whereas the basal surface of tube cells interacts with the surrounding tissues and helps to shape the ramification pattern of tubular organs, the apical surface has an important role in the regulation of tube diameter and tube growth.
12729556 No No Although the mutations affecting salivary gland motility and directional migration cause defects in the final positioning of the salivary gland, most do not affect the length or diameter of the salivary gland tube.
10887083 Yes No Branches grow at different rates and their diameters and lengths are regulated independently: tube length increases gradually throughout development, whereas tube diameter increases abruptly at discrete times in development.
[47] sodium-independent organic anion transport

[48] somatic stem cell division

[49] spindle elongation
PMID Curator System Sentence
15126629 Yes Yes APC/C mutants were defective in metaphase/anaphase transition, whereas single scn mutants showed the delay in anaphase spindle elongation at 20 degrees C.
15075284 Yes Yes Dual-Color imaging of nuclear division and mitotic spindle elongation in live cells of Aspergillus nidulans.
14657278 Yes Yes We show that loss of nimU function leads to premature mitotic spindle elongation, premature mitotic exit, errors in chromosome segregation, and failure to delay mitotic exit under conditions that normally evoke the mitotic spindle checkpoint response.
14657278 Yes Yes Whereas premature mitotic exit is dependent upon anaphase promoting complex function, premature spindle elongation is not.
14534135 Yes No In C. elegans embryos, homologs of receptor-independent G protein activators, GPR-1 and GPR-2 (GPR-1/2), function together with Galpha (GOA-1 and GPA-16) to generate asymmetric spindle pole elongation during divisions in the P lineage.
14534135 Yes Yes Furthermore, in addition to its involvement in spindle elongation, Galpha is required for the intrinsically programmed nuclear rotation event that orients the spindle in the one-cell.
14534135 Yes Yes LET-99 functions antagonistically to the Galpha/GPR-1/2 signaling pathway, providing an explanation for how Galpha-dependent force is regulated asymmetrically by PAR polarity cues during both nuclear rotation and anaphase spindle elongation.
12972644 Yes Yes In mitotic cells, a portion of the mitochondria was tethered to the spindle-pole bodies and moved to the cellular ends during spindle elongation.
12972644 Yes No Thus, in contrast to kinesin-mediated transport used by higher eukaryotes, mitochondrial motility and distribution in fission yeast are driven largely by microtubule polymerization and the elongation of the mitotic spindle.
12956950 Yes Yes We find that tac-1 is essential for pronuclear migration and spindle elongation in one-cell-stage C. elegans embryos.
12802083 Yes Yes GFP-tagged CaCdc5p localized to unseparated spindle pole bodies, the spindle, and chromatin, consistent with a role in spindle elongation at an earlier point in the cell cycle than that described for the homologue Cdc5p in yeast.
12802083 Yes Yes Similar defects in spindle elongation and a corresponding induction of filaments occurred when yeast cells were exposed to hydroxyurea.
12658461 Yes No bservation of griseofulvin-treated T. vaginalis cells revealed that the elongation of the mitotic spindle or paradesmosis was not the main motile force separating the daughter kinetids to opposite poles during division, suggesting the existence of other mechanisms and/or molecules involved in this morphogenetic event.
12636915 Yes Yes Reduction of the extent of spindle elongation or disruption of the central spindle causes delayed formation of the cleavage furrow.
12591913 Yes Yes The midzone is the domain of the mitotic spindle that maintains spindle bipolarity during anaphase and generates forces required for spindle elongation (anaphase B).
12591913 Yes Yes Furthermore, when overexpressed, Ase1p was sufficient to trigger spindle elongation in S phase-arrested cells.
[50] stem cell division

[51] synaptic vesicle docking during exocytosis
PMID Curator System Sentence
14983476 Yes No Synaptobrevin is a vesicle-associated membrane protein (VAMP) that is believed to play a critical role with presynaptic membrane proteins (SNAP-25 and syntaxin) during regulated synaptic vesicle docking and exocytosis of neurotransmitter at the central nervous system.
14600261 Yes No This V-ATPase interacts with VAMP-2 and with the SNARE complexes involved in synaptic vesicle docking and exocytosis.
12914956 Yes No We review reported differences for synaptic vesicle (SV) and dense-core vesicle (DCV) exocytosis and attempt to identify key features in the molecular mechanisms of docking, priming and fusion of SVs and DCVs that may account for differences in speed.
11865051 Yes No Since protein kinase C effects on secretion have been shown to be due to enhancement of the size of the readily releasable pool of synaptic vesicles docked at the plasma membrane, we directly measured the refilling of this readily releasable pool of synaptic vesicles after Ca(2+)-triggered exocytosis.
11460165 No No Studies in mouse, Drosophila and Caenorhabditis elegans suggest that UNC-13 functions at a post-docking step of exocytosis, most likely during synaptic vesicle priming.
11068331 Yes No In central synapses synaptic vesicle docking and exocytosis occurs at morphologically specialized sites (active zones) and requires the interaction of specific proteins in the formation of a SNARE complex.
11068331 Yes No The competence of the presynaptic active zone for selective vesicle docking may not primarily result from its contents in SNARE proteins but rather from the preformation of presynaptic dense projections as structural guides for vesicle exocytosis.
[52] tungsten incorporation into metallo-sulfur cluster

[53] vitamin A biosynthesis

[54] wing disc development
PMID Curator System Sentence
14732398 Yes No Drosophila Tbx6-related gene, Dorsocross, mediates high levels of Dpp and Scw signal required for the development of amnioserosa and wing disc primordium.
14732398 Yes No Inactivation of Doc genes with RNAi dramatically affected the development of amnioserosa and wing disc primordia, both of which depend on high levels of BMP signaling, although leg disc primordium, which depends on low levels of BMP, remained intact.
14660540 Yes No Wg and Egfr signalling antagonise the development of the peripodial epithelium in Drosophila wing discs.
14660540 No No In this report, we investigate the mechanisms that pattern the peripodial side of the wing imaginal disc during early larval development.
14660540 Yes No These findings suggest that suppression of Wg and Egfr activities is an early step in the development of the peripodial epithelium of the wing discs.
14550411 No No For example, leg disc cells can transdetermine to develop as wing cells.
12871911 Yes No We have conducted a P-element-based misexpression screen for genes whose upregulation alters wing disc growth during development.
[55] wing disc pattern formation

Term True Positive False Positive True Negative False Negative Validity
1 1 0 0 1 Yes
2 0 0 0 0 No
3 0 0 0 0 No
4 0 0 0 0 No
5 0 0 0 0 No
6 0 0 7 0 No
7 1 0 3 5 Yes
8 0 0 0 0 No
9 1 0 4 10 Yes
10 0 0 0 0 No
11 3 0 1 7 Yes
12 0 0 0 0 No
13 0 0 0 0 No
14 0 0 0 0 No
15 0 0 0 0 No
16 0 0 1 1 No
17 0 0 1 0 No
18 0 0 0 0 No
19 0 0 0 3 No
20 0 0 1 0 No
21 0 0 0 0 No
22 0 0 0 2 No
23 0 0 1 0 No
24 0 0 6 1 No
25 0 0 3 1 No
26 0 0 0 0 No
27 0 0 0 0 No
28 1 0 0 1 Yes
29 0 0 4 5 No
30 0 0 0 0 No
31 0 0 0 0 No
32 0 0 0 0 No
33 0 0 1 0 No
34 0 0 0 2 No
35 0 0 0 0 No
36 0 0 0 0 No
37 0 0 1 0 No
38 0 0 0 0 No
39 0 0 0 0 No
40 0 0 0 0 No
41 0 0 0 0 No
42 0 0 0 3 No
43 0 0 0 0 No
44 1 0 0 2 Yes
45 0 0 1 2 No
46 1 0 1 2 Yes
47 0 0 0 0 No
48 0 0 0 0 No
49 13 0 0 3 Yes
50 0 0 0 0 No
51 0 0 1 6 No
52 0 0 0 0 No
53 0 0 0 0 No
54 0 0 2 5 No
55 0 0 0 0 No
Total 22 0 39 62  

* Total Terms: 55
* Total sentences: 123
* Precision: 100 %
* Recall: 26.2 %
* Validated terms: 8 (14.5 %)