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Sophic and Biomax to Create Cancer Gene Database
Sophic, a life sciences software company and services integrator, said this week that it has begun an NCI-funded project to complete the Cancer Gene Index, a database of 6,610 cancer-related genes found in Medline abstracts along with manually annotated gene-disease and gene-compound relationships.
Sophic said the project will take 12 months and has a budget of $1.3 million.

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