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Incyte said this week that it has created a monthly sampling of the company’s information, in a product called “Disease Spotlight, which will be presented as a free offering on the company website.

This month, the company is offering access to a literature-based summary of the proteins and genes involved in breast cancer. Also included are summaries of curated molecular alterations, biological processes, associated disorders, and disease subtypes.

The content of the offering will change monthly, the company said.

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