A combination of biology and information technology, the field of bioinformatics comprises all the computational methods needed to analyse large amounts of data generated in high-throughput biological experiments.
The field of bioinformatics caters to molecular biology, structural biology, genomics, and data sciences; its use is becoming ever more essential in nearly all aspects of drug discovery, drug assessment and drug development.
We offer integrated bioinformatics services to biotechnology and pharmaceutical companies across the drug discovery continuum. The scope of our service spans the entire gamut: from building data packages, pathway databases and knowledge bases, to analysis of high throughput data, predictive modelling, structural modelling, mechanistic toxicology and systems biology.
During the year, we entered into a collaboration with a French biotech company to develop and commercialise a novel cholestatic DILI prediction tool. This tool will help pharmaceutical companies predict the impact of a drug on the liver.
Predicting protein glycosylation patterns with bioinformatics
Finding a new indication for a target with bioinformatics