Bright Stars in Neighboring Constellations

Published: 18 June 2017| Version 4 | DOI: 10.17632/ysh53v7gpz.4
Contributors:
Samet Keserci,
Eric Livingston,
Lingtian Wan,
Alexander Pico,
George Chacko

Description

This data set represents the backbone of the study by Keserci et al. titled 'Research Synergy and Drug Development: Bright Stars in Neighboring Constellations'. A manuscript is presently under review. The study focuses on citation networks that describe collaborative activity preceding the successful award of an NDA or BLA for a therapeutic from the FDA and is inspired by Williams et al. (2015) Cell 163: 21-23. The five columns in this dataset are (i) citing_pmid (ii) citing_sid (iii) cited_sid (iv) cited_pmid and represent mapping from PubMed IDs to Scopus IDs to Cited Scopus IDs and mapping back to PubMedIDs. The input was citing_pmid compiled from data mining of FDA documents, non-patent literature, PubMed, and clinicaltrials.gov and is contained in the five csv files (i) alem_eric_stage1 (ii) imat_eric_stage1 (iii) nela_eric_stage1 (iv) ramu_eric_stage1 (v) suni_eric_stage1) corresponding to the therapeutics Alemtuzumab, Imatinib, Nelarabine, Ramucirumab, Sunitinib respectively.

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Scripts that were used to generate the results in this manuscript can be found on the Github site listed below. Using the Python code to access Scopus APIs requires a subscription.

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Bibliometrics

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