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Help for the life sciences

This article appears in the issue May 2005 [Volume 14, Issue 5]

Infotrieve has announced the Life Science Research Center (LSRC), a Web-based search and discovery research environment. The company says the LSRC has been designed to simplify scientists' daily workflow by providing a user interface to search diverse types of scientific, technical and medical (STM) information and to identify relationships across traditionally disparate sources of content. The center provides full-text searching of pre-processed STM content such as literature, patents, drug pipeline data, genes, technical protocols, laboratory products and industry news.

In addition to full-text searching and the identification of relationships through entity extraction and concept clustering, says Infotrieve, the LSRC features secure meta-searching of external and internal corporate data sources, personalization for individuals and collaborative workgroups and a number of other search capabilities.

Infotrieve is currently integrating its Electronic Laboratory Notebook (ELN) with the LSRC, as well as literature retrieval and laboratory product purchasing.

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