Life Science


BAOSearch is a web-based application for querying, viewing, browsing and downloading small molecule biological screening results including high-throughput (HTS) data. BAOSearch has been developed as part of the NIH funded Bioassay Ontology (BAO) project. BOASearch was a demonstration project, and shows some of the features that can be provided to users for searching small molecule screening, and other biological data, by applying semantic technologies (such as OWL).


LIFE.wrx is a publicly available web-based search application developed during the NIH Library of Network-based Cellular Signatures (LINCS) pilot program. The primary goal of the LINCS program is to produce data to support a network-based understanding of biology. The consortium data production centers (primarily the Harvard Medical School and the Broad Institute) have generated a diverse set of chemical biology information related to perturbation induced changes in gene expression and other cellular processes.