Biomedical relationships knowledge is now required for innovative data- and analytics-driven drug discovery. It powers biomedical knowledge graph analysis, artificial intelligence (AI)-driven target identification and many more applications.
In this one-hour training, you’ll get an introduction to QIAGEN Biomedical Knowledge Base. You’ll learn how to tackle applications you can’t achieve with the QIAGEN Ingenuity Pathway Analysis (IPA) graphical user interface, or which can be done quicker and with more flexibility when performed programmatically. You’ll learn how to perform queries such as:
• Quickly find the shortest connections between genes/proteins/metabolites of interest in the context of a specific disease
• Systematically build a network using a short list of genes/proteins/metabolites/chemicals
• Recreate a drug mechanism of action