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PREP: Perl RegExps for Pubmed - Summary

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PREP is a Perl script designed to allow the usage of regexps within searches of Pubmed. PREP allows for the easy retrieval of Pubmed records that contain terms that can be more easy matched by a textual pattern than a traditional keyword query.

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PREP version 1.0 released
Submitted by Christopher Frenz; posted on Friday, July 08, 2005
The PREP program is a Perl script designed to allow the usage of regular expressions inside the title and abstract fields of Pubmed searches. The program outputs a HTML file that contains the abstract and citation information of all records that match the provided regular expression. The release version of the script includes a regular expression designed to match protein mutations, however, this expression can be easily modified to allow matching by any textual pattern that suits the need of the user.
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