Biological context

Andy Pitlock apitlock at incellico.com
Mon Nov 19 15:39:15 EST 2001

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Dear Researchers:

The Coded Electronic Life Library, or CELL, acts as a librarian of many
public databases such as EMBL/GenBank, SWISSPROT, OMIM, Gene Ontologies
and Medline by automatically cross-referencing their respective data in
a searchable, ontology-based network.  It also merges over 40 naming
systems, ending the frustration that comes from many names being applied
to the same biological entity.  

The unique Entity Browser interface allows the user to graphically
browse the ontological relationships.  Using the CELL Entity Browser,
you can visually navigate the ontological relationships between genes,
proteins, organisms, biochemical pathways, disease models, tissue types
and literature.  Experimental results can rapidly be put into
biological/functional context, extracting real knowledge from data.  

Please take advantage of a free trial evaluation at

For more information please contact me directly.

Andrew Pitlock
Client Relations
Incellico, Inc.
tel (919) 484-7222 ext 242
apitlock at incellico.com


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