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Demo: Acumenta’s Literature Lab

Thursday Feb. 21 at 10:30 a.m.
Farrell Learning and Teaching Center
Rooms 213 A&B. 
Refreshments will be served.

Join Becker Medical Library to learn more about Acumenta Biotech’s Literature Lab™.

Literature Lab™ is an exciting new approach to understanding experimentally derived gene lists. By mining millions of PubMed journal abstracts, Literature Lab identifies key biological associations including those missed by traditional curated databases or functional enrichment analysis.

Literature Lab is the first software tool to provide automated literature mining-based gene set enrichment. The technology makes it easy to visualize analysis results, including functional relationships among the genes in the set. Additionally, Literature Lab enables comparison of multiple gene set results. Acumenta Biotech founder Paul Martinez will introduce Literature Lab, describe the analysis workflow, present a use case from a major research institution and explain how Literature Lab simplifies exploration of the biology in your gene lists.

For questions or for more information, please contact Kristi Holmes at holmeskr@wustl.edu.

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