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Tuesday, October 14, 2008

XTractor™ - Creates a user base of over 900 users from 150 premier organizations worldwide.

US FDA, NIH, NCI, MD Anderson, Harvard Medical School, Novartis, Wyeth, AstraZeneca, Vertex, P&G, JNJ many more subscribe to XTractor.

“XTractor™ is an intelligence that works so unconscious even for the users to perceive. It is fascinating as to how quickly XTractor transforms the most complex scientific facts into structured knowledge almost instantaneously by bringing about cross entity relationships across abstracts thereby aiding in quicker decision making through the Drug Discovery process”
Bangalore, India, October 12, 2008 --( Indian Life Sciences Informatics Company, Molecular Connections announced today, that its XTractor™ - The first of its kind scientific literature alert service launched in July ‘08 has built a user base of over 900 users form more than 150 premier organizations. XTractor™ has been widely accepted and received well in the scientific fraternity both the academia and the industry across the globe.

Be a part of the XTractor community. XTractor is the first of its kind - Literature alert service, that provides manually curated and annotated sentences for the Keywords of user preference. XTractor maps the extracted entities (genes, processes, drugs, diseases etc) to multiple ontologies and enables customized report generation. With XTractor the sentences are categorized into biological significant relationships and it also provides the user with the ability to create his own database for a set of Key terms. Also the user could change the Keywords of preference from time to time, with changing research needs. The categorized sentences could then be tagged and shared across multiple users. Thus XTractor proves to be a platform for getting real-time highly accurate data along with the ability to Share and collaborate.

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Life Science and Informatics

What is this?
is this a new industry?
or a old wine in a new bottle?

Well Life Sciences and Informatics can be anything form computational biology, all omes and omics, core bioinformatics to curation and literature mining, database creation, in the area of biology, chemistry , bio-chem space.

There are number of companies in India and bangalore is the forefront as a major bio-cluster with 20 to 30 companies in this sphere.

now how good are these companies doing?
how good are they in terms of the international markets and how profitable is their business?
what do they do?
their clients?

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