World’s fastest growing Semantic discovery & Expert Curated Knowledgebase platform crosses 500,000 biomedical facts now

December 11, 2009 at 7:25 am Leave a comment

Indian Life Sciences Informatics Company, Molecular Connections announced today, that their XTractor Premium platform now has more that 503,985Expert” annotated biomedical facts from literature and is the fastest growing knowledgebase currently.

XTractor Premium platform is Fast Becoming the definitive Semantic Knowledge discovery & Expert curated Knowledgebase for Life Science Researchers. The XTractor Premium Knowledgebase in addition to more than 503,985 relationships on proteins, drugs, biological process and diseases has advanced semantic search, concept linking analytics for effective knowledge discovery and modeling.

XTractor Premium provides Precision based mining of the most relevant facts. Compared to natural language processing engines, manual annotation approach reduces false positives rate by 12-35%.

XTractor premium serves as a platform to stay current with weekly updates from PubMed. Provides “Topic Tracking” with email alerts on specific biological entities of interest via the “Watch List” feature.

The Highlights

Semantic Search: The first of its kind highly advanced search feature, where in one could query the XTractor Premium Knowledgebase using multiple ontologies. This would enable you to narrow down on your targets at ease.

Concept Linking: Our advanced query feature would enable you to make assumptions from multiple abstracts, and discover facts, which are hitherto not published.

Bibliographic search: Search based on author, organization, affiliation or country.

Save Export and Visualize: Save and export the data in user-friendly formats, also XTractor Premium is made compatible with CytoScape – so one can visualize the networks rendered using a in-house CytoScape plug-in.

Web based and onsite installation available

To know more about the advantages of the XTractor Premium and to register for a free trial account and a webex demo please visit XTractor Premium portal

About XTractor Premium Knowledgebase
XTractor knowledgebase currently contains 503,985 relationships on biomarkers, clinical trials, pathways, knockout studies, mutations, drug interactions, toxicity, pharmacokinetics, disease mechanisms. It is the Only Knowledgebase that gets updated everyday with manually annotated relationships from the latest PubMed publications and contains more than more than 1,269 Unique Drugs, 3,602 Unique Diseases, 11,407 Unique Proteins, and 3,266 Unique Biological Processes. Hence in no time one gets to access one of the largest and the most current manually annotated datasets across the world.

About Molecular Connections
Molecular Connections is a pioneering In silico Discovery Services Company. It provides high quality, cost effective curation, literature informatics solutions and annotation services as well as products. Dr. Limsoon Wong is the Chairman of Molecular Connections. Customers of Molecular Connections include leading pharmaceutical and biotechnology, drug discovery, genomics, proteomics, medical technology, equipment companies and academic institutions spanning across the globe. In addition, Molecular Connections has powerful tool development, database integration, effective data visualization capabilities, specific expertise in building knowledge bases for rapidly growing needs in, ADME Tox, clinical, drugs, chemistry and patent industries. For more information write to us at

Recent Awards
Deloitte Technology Fast 50 India Winners |Deloitte Technology Fast 500 APAC Winners |CNBC – ICICI Emerging India Awards ‘Small Enterprise of the Year’

XTractor Premium – A Platform for discovery, knowledge sharing, analysis and modelling of published biomedical facts.


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XTractor knowledgebase crosses 300000+ facts

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