NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — TEMIS today said Bayer HealthCare will use its text-analytics software in its drug-discovery programs.    
The software, called Luxid for Life Sciences, addresses information-management problems “through automated domain-specific knowledge extraction, flexible analytics, documents classification, relationships representation and retrieval capabilities,” TEMIS said.

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