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Clarivate Analytics introduces Cortellis Content-as-a-Service to accelerate drug discovery and development

30 days ago   |   By Clarivate

Plug-and-play analytic toolkits enable self-service access to continually-updated molecular biology datasets and deliver greater flexibility, efficiency and value
London, UK, & Philadelphia, US - July 17, 2019 - Clarivate Analytics plc , a global leader in providing trusted insights and analytics to accelerate the pace of innovation, today launched an expansion to its Cortellis suite of life science intelligence solutions with programmatic access to scientific data typically used in drug discovery and early stage development. The initial launch includes continually-updated systems biology...
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