There’s keyword-based search, there is suggestions and then there is link-based browsing. Keyword-based search is what we all do when we enter words in databases and search sites such as Google and Bing. Suggestions is related “stuff” the computer presents us with when we search YouTube, Amazon, iTunes and other such sites. Link-based browsing differs … Read More
Vizit is a powerful new way to search the scientific bibliography and a great complement to PubMed. Through its graphical interface, Vizit helps scientists get a quick overview of a research area, discover non-obvious biologically relevant interactions and drill down to the published literature to read on the details. It also supports sharing and collaboration … Read More
Charlottesville, VA, November 3rd, 2016 — Biovista Inc. today announced the signing of a contract with Biotrend Chemikalien GmbH1 for access to Biovista’s2 Vizit3 visual search engine. Biotrend will be offering Vizit as a free resource to visitors of its web site. Vizit is a visual search engine of PubMed articles that allows researchers and … Read More
The purpose of this post is to demonstrate the utility of Biovista’s Vizit to review and explore specific biomedical domains. In the current example, Vizit is used to identify genes, cell types and microbiome organisms related to Regulatory T cells (Tregs) in the setting of cancer immunotherapy. These entities may have an impact on the … Read More
Biovista is pleased to announce that its patent application for the use of tetracyclic pyrazinoindoles has issued in the EU. This new patent (European patent No.: 2375900) has title “METHODS FOR TREATING MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS USING TETRACYCLIC PYRZINOINDOLES” was issued on March 2, 2016.