In football there’s an expression: a great player widens the playing field. Obviously the playing field is constant, but some teams “get more” out of the available space than others can.
Wouldn’t all scientists like to get more out of PubMed? To improve upon the inferences that they can make from the journal record?
Improved inference can only be achieved if this vast and rapidly growing repository is organized to enable hidden relationships to be clearly observed and understood.
This the objective of Acumenta Biotech with Literature Lab™, a unique platform for empowering scientists with research intelligence mined from millions of scientific journal reports.
Literature Lab™ uses the log of product of frequency (LPF) to score the strength of associations between genes and biological and biochemical terms in the literature.
The results identify important disease, pathway, tissue type and many more co-occurrences and relationships, linking the investigator directly with the literature
Literature Lab™ PLUS performs statistical analysis on scientific literature related to experimentally derived gene lists. Using an untapped resource -- the
PubMed literature record -- Literature Lab™ PLUS shows new connections within gene sets, helping scientists generate hypotheses that further their research and
open new lines of inquiry.
Take a look at the Literature Lab™ database! We will send you a report of gene/term relationships on your disease, gene, pathway or biological
function of interest.
Request your complimentary Literature Lab™ report.
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