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Title: Inferring Cuisine - Drug Interactions Using the Linked Data Approach
Authors: Jovanovik, Milos 
Bogojeska, Aleksandra 
Trajanov, Dimitar 
Kocarev, LJupcho 
Issue Date: 20-Mar-2015
Publisher: Springer Nature
Journal: Scientific Reports
Abstract: Food - drug interactions are well studied, however much less is known about cuisine - drug interactions. Non-native cuisines are becoming increasingly more popular as they are available in (almost) all regions in the world. Here we address the problem of how known negative food - drug interactions are spread in different cuisines. We show that different drug categories have different distribution of the negative effects in different parts of the world. The effects certain ingredients have on different drug categories and in different cuisines are also analyzed. This analysis is aimed towards stressing out the importance of cuisine - drug interactions for patients which are being administered drugs with known negative food interactions. A patient being under a treatment with one such drug should be advised not only about the possible negative food - drug interactions, but also about the cuisines that could be avoided from the patient's diet.
DOI: 10.1038/srep09346
Appears in Collections:Faculty of Computer Science and Engineering: Journal Articles

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