NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – The National Institutes of Health Library will use Computable Genomix's GeneIndexer online genomics research tool, the company said today.

The NIH Library purchased a subscription to GeneIndexer as part of its effort to become an "information commons" for discovery, research assistance, and learning.

GeneIndexer simplifies the discovery process for researchers using high-throughput genomic data by searching more than 1 million gene-related abstracts available through the National Library of Medicine, Computable Genomix said.

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