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PREDICT: a method for inferring novel drug indications with application to personalized medicine

By Assaf Gottlieb, Gideon Y Stein, Eytan Ruppin and Roded Sharan

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The authors present a new method, PREDICT, for the large-scale prediction of drug indications, and demonstrate its use on both approved drugs and novel molecules. They also provide a proof-of-concept for its potential utility in predicting patient-specific medications

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Publisher: Nature Publishing Group
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