NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — IO Informatics has formed a working group with members of the life science research and business communities that aims to develop semantic applications that may be used to generate hypotheses from translational research data, the company said Thursday.
 
IO Informatics said the goal of the working group is to develop the company’s Sentient software to “refine and deliver methods” for qualifying biomarkers and developing hypotheses about diseases and treatments.
 

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