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Find more literature references by including synonyms for search terms. Use millions of scientific annotations to find relations in key biological categories (e.g. ‘kinase genes’
related to colon cancer)
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Search Including
Known Synonyms

The platform has an in-built thesaurus that contains millions of concepts and their synonyms. When you search for any concept all its synonyms are included as well, increasing the number of publications and database references you will find.

Category Search

Each concept in the platform is classified in many different biological categories including detailed sub-classifications (e.g. ICD10 classifications for disorders). The query ‘kinase genes in colon cancer’ will find the actual list of kinase genes related to colon cancer.

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Leverage Millions of
Annotations

Each concept in the platform is annotated with its known relations to other biological concepts. Based on these annotations many relevant relations are suggested by the platform you wouldn’t otherwise think of.

List Based Search

Combine the results of multiple lists to get unique search results:`For colon cancer: which causative genes [list 1] are involved in which
pathways [list 2].

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Determine Scientific Novelty of Sequential Relations



For sequential relations from separate sources (i.e. source 1 states:A is related to B, and source 2: B is related to C), determine whether these concepts (i.e. A, B and C) are mentioned together in a single publication. For example in a number of sources colon cancer is causally related to the PIK3CA gene, while this gene is also mentioned in other sources as part of the Trka Signaling Pathway. No publication, however, mentions colon cancer, PIK3CA and the Trka Signalling Pathway together suggesting the potential novelty of this end to end relation.