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Life Biosystems to Use Temis' Text Mining Software

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Life Biosystems will use Temis’ text mining software for analyzing clinical and molecular data from a variety of textual information sources, Temis said today.
 
Life Biosystems, which uses patient information and molecular data to develop predictive medicine products, will use Temis’ Luxid software to analyze molecular information under a new software and services agreement, Temis said.
 
Mathias Goeschl, Life Biosystems’ head of text mining, said the software offers “enhanced text mining capabilities to our existing in silico discovery infrastructure and further supports us in generating novel clinical insights and hyphotheses.”
 
Financial terms of the agreement were not released.
 

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