Nowomics tracks new data in many online biological databases and identifies genes and key terms in new paper abstracts.
You follow the genes, proteins and processes that you work on. It's like Twitter for biological data.
Your news feed shows the latest information relevant to your research, with email alerts so you don't miss that all important paper.
We track changes in biological databases so you don't have to. Let us know which sources we should add.
Our software identifies genes in PubMed abstracts using many alternative names; it knows CHEK1, CHK1 and Checkpoint Kinase 1 are the same gene.
Nowomics can also show you data from orthologs in other organisms and from related genes, right in your news feed.
And you can search all data and abstracts in your news feed to find exactly the connection you're looking for.