Bangalore, India — Indian Life Sciences Informatics Company, Molecular Connections announced today, that with the goal to provide scientists new and refined ways to access latest scientific facts from PubMed, XTractor Premium is made available for the biomedical research community.
Also, Molecular Connections is running a limited period Introductory Offer of $450 just for Academic Researchers for its XTractor Premium (www.xtractor.in/premium), a Knowledge Management Platform designed to enable Pharmaceutical Companies, Researchers identify, verify and develop predictive relationships from PubMed Literature. In addition to that, one year of data updates would be provided absolutely FREE of cost as a part of the premium license.
“Researchers would love to have XTractor Premium as it is the PERFECT Knowledgebase solution for refined scientific facts, customized reports, Analysis and Discovery. The key thing is that it is completely manually annotated and updated every single day from PubMed” said Sapna. Y. R., Senior Manager – Business Development, Molecular Connections.
Leveraging the ability to transform DATA to KNOWLEDGE and to assist experts is crucial to the success of research investigation today. XTractor Premium offers several enhancements over the beta version in managing large volume of published biomedical data to accelerate decision making.
The Knowledgebase: XTractor knowledgebase currently contains 1, 50,000 relationships on biomarkers, clinical trials, pathways, knockout studies, mutations, drug interactions, disease mechanisms (which is ever growing). It is the ONLY Knowledgebase that gets updated everyday with manually annotated relationships from the latest PUBMED publications and contains more than 769 Unique Drugs, 2331 Unique Diseases, 8183 Unique Proteins, and 1517 Unique Biological Processes. Hence in no time one gets to access one of the largest and the most current manually annotated datasets across the world.
Semantic Search Features: The first of its kind highly advanced search feature, where in one could query the XTractor Knowledgebase using multiple ontologies. This would enable one to narrow down on the targets at ease.
Concept Linking: Construct hypothesis from multiple abstracts and discover new facts and relationships, which are hitherto not easily decipherable.
Bibliographic search: Would also enable one to search based on authors, organization or country.
Save, Export and Visualize: Provides the utility to save and export data in user-friendly formats. Integration with CytoScape provides better knowledge representation and visualization.
All these Premium Features are available via four licensing options; Academic, Commercial, Governmental and Onsite Installation.
Currently, XTractor’s user base includes Abbott, AstraZeneca, Bayer healthcare, Celera, Cephalon, GSK, JNJ, Novartis, Pfizer, P&G, Wyeth, Vertex, USFDA, NIH, NCI, MD Anderson, Harvard Medical School, Max Planck, Scripps Inst., NUS and many more.