'Connectivity Map' of Drugs, Genes, and Diseases May Enable Developers to Map All FDA-OK'd Drugs | GenomeWeb
A team of researchers has developed a new way of representing chemical genomic data that could prove to be an effective tool for drug discovery.
 
In this week’s issue of Science, researchers from the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard published a proof of concept for a so-called Connectivity Map — a database of 564 gene-expression profiles derived from screening 164 small molecules against several different cell lines.
 

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