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Old 05-28-2015, 02:45 AM   #1
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Default MedRuner - Identify, analyze & report information from Pubmed

MedRuner is a dynamically designed interactive tool that IDENTIFIES, ANALYZES and REPORTS the biologically significant and well focused information from the Pubmed abstracts within few minutes. MedRuner has been tested to handle 10,000 abstracts.

Features of MedRuner:
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  • Provides an excellent information relationship table between the genes and diseases along with the number of citations in the abstracts.
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  • It significantly reduces the time in analyzing large volume of abstracts with genes and terminologies.

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Genotypic Technology - www.genotypic.co.in
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