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Elsevier Inc.

9430 Key West Ave., Suite 113
Rockville 20850
United States of America, Maryland
Toll free: 877-274-2363

Phone: 240-453-6296
Fax: 240-453-9026

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Stock symbol: ELS
Please notice: This entry hasn't been updated by the submitting company for more than 2 years. It could be possible that this company doesn't longer exists.

Description:

Pathway Studio® is a complete research resource for biologist, bionformaticians, and computational biologist that includes the worlds most comprehensive collection of highly-accuate molecular facts that helps researchers make connections in molecular biology.  Pathway Studio supports both mammalian and plant research and is used by most of the top companies as well as core research facilities worldwide.  Acquired by Elsevier from Ariadne Genomics in 2011, Pathway Studio's knowledgebase is built by MedScan®, a mature information extraction technology based on domain-specific natural language processing so that its always update and always accurate.  Additional knowledgebases are available for compound centric research and for support of biomarker discovery.



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Last update of this entry: August 28, 2012

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