2020/04/08 TenWise launches KMINE Webserver for researchers in pharma, food and personal care

TenWise launches KMINE Webserver for researchers in pharma, food and personal care

Oss, the Netherlands, April 8th 2020

 

TenWise is proud to announce the official launch of its KMINE Webserver on https://kmine.tenwiseapps.nl/ .

 

This Webserver allows researchers in pharma, food and personal care industry to easily perform fast Scoping and Evidence finding in the entire PubMed database using our proprietary KMAP platform.

KMAP contains more than 200 million automatically mined literature relations. It assists you in finding new relations between biological concepts in a fast and comprehensive way.

 

This Webserver allows end users to easily perform:

  • KMAP Scoping: You can search for single concepts such as: human genes, bacterial genes, metabolites, pathways, phenotypes, diseases, drugs and (micro)organisms. Actively find co-occurrences of the concept of interest with more than 200,000 biological concepts derived from public and proprietary databases; these are ranked and made visual in different formats; tables, word clouds and networks. Abstracts can be selected and saved and moreover interesting sentences with putative interrelationships can be extracted.
  • KMAP Multi: find co-occurrences on a set of concepts created by yourself in K-Map Scoping. Get X-tables, networks and heatmaps. Again, abstracts can be selected and saved and moreover interesting sentences can be extracted.
  • KMAP Evidence: look for evidence in 18 million classified abstracts that we extract from scientific literature. Abstracts are ranked and categorised in different groups: variant, in vitro, mouse, rat and clinical by using machine learning algorithms. As we focus to support discovery related to the microbiome we have also added this category.

All findings can be saved and exported for further inhouse analyses. For a full instruction on KMINE webserver, see the video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dhvsg2z39eY

 

TenWise provides this KMINE Webserver to end users giving them limitless access to perform basic analyses. For our customers the Webserver is continuously updated with content and features.

For performing deeper microbiome related analyses on multiple concepts KMAP can be made accessible via an API-REST license or via our 48 hours’ premium service in generating literature reports.

Want to get full access? Contact: nils.hijlkema@tenwise.nl, +31 6 1171 8915.

 

TenWise B.V. is set-up by Wynand Alkema PhD and Nils Hijlkema MSc who have a combined experience of over 35 years in food and life sciences research. They have been active in drug discovery, microbiome and probiotic programmes in both industrial and academic settings. Dr. Alkema is also Professor of Data Science at Hanze University of Applied Sciences in Groningen.

The company currently offers text mining solutions by offering access to its KMAP via a webserver solution, an API and a fast service in generating literature reports.

The company is based in the Netherlands and works for clients around the globe.