Entelos, ISB Partner on Gene Expression Biomarkers | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Entelos and the Institute for Systems Biology today announced a partnership that led to the integration of gene expression data into quantitative physiological simulations.

The new capability, they added, "improves understanding of the gene expression and disease outcome to radically improve the predictive discernment of the complex nature of disease." As a result, new insights into therapeutic targets, biomarkers, and patient selection can be gained.

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