|Dataset||DISEASES Text-mining Gene-Disease Assocation Evidence Scores|
|Category||disease or phenotype associations|
|Description||A lung disease that is defined as a recurrent or chronic collapse of the right middle lobe, right upper lobe or lingula of the lung. It is caused by endobronchial tumour, granulomatous infections, lymphadenopathy, foreign bodies, endobronchial silicotic nodules, inspissated mucus associated with cystic fibrosis or inflammation as a result of an infection. (Human Disease Ontology, DOID_2810)|
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4 genes co-occuring with the disease middle lobe syndrome in abstracts of biomedical publications from the DISEASES Text-mining Gene-Disease Assocation Evidence Scores dataset.