Syapse to Provide Computational Support for Drug Repositioning and Development Alliance | GenomeWeb

Palo Alto, Calif.–based Syapse said this week that it semantic computing platform and application suite will be to develop GaugeRx, a web-based analytics and assessment tool that will use human health and disease information to support drug repositioning and development.

GaugeRx, which will be launched at the end of 2013, is being developed as part of a collaboration between Switzerland's EspeRare Foundation and the United States' Genetic Alliance.

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