Mastermind now has greatly enhanced capabilities when searching for intronic and non-coding variants across the medical literature. I’m covering this major enhancement in two blog posts. In this post, I’ll demonstrate how we’ve applied this approach to improve the precision and prioritization of non-coding variant (and other nucleotide-specific variant nomenclature) searches in Mastermind.
With our update on June 10, 2020, Mastermind now has greatly enhanced capabilities when searching for intronic and non-coding variants across the medical literature. I’m covering this major enhancement in two blog posts. This first post explains the “why” of the update, the second goes into detail about the “what”.
The Mastermind Genomic Search Engine now includes the ability to search the genomic literature by therapy. Professional Edition users can now query our comprehensive database of genomic evidence for over 180,000 drugs, therapies, and other interventions.
The UCSC Genome Browser provides free, public access to genome assemblies, allowing researchers and clinicians the opportunity to search the genomic data of humans and many other species. Academics and researchers have been utilizing this interactive suite of tools, evidence, and downloadable data files for nearly 20 years.
Updates to Mastermind: Search and Filter Interface Revisions – More Compact, Faster, and More Informative These are some of the latest improvements we’ve made to the search interface in the Mastermind Genomic Search Engine. The updates are especially useful for users searching with smaller screen devices such as notebook computers or tablets.