How BioSeek solves these challenges?
1. Continuous indexation- BioSeek continuously identifies and indexes the bio-terms within the aggregated scientific publications, patents, clinical trials, etc., and incorporates them into the graph database, making them easy to track down in a most efficient way.
2. Dynamic suggestions - when you start typing your search in the search filed, a reactive drop list of tag suggestions for your search query appears, allowing you to select the exact entity you are searching for and obtain the most accurate search results.
For example the gene NFKB1 has 233 different designations on NCBI. That’s plenty already, and if we add all the different spelling options of each one of these 225 designations- nfkb 1, nf kappa B 1, NFkappabeta1, etc., things get really messy. Search efficiency rates drop significantly when information retrieval is based on exact match only.