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cellspace

Connected to the Internet while being mobile. The term was coined in 1998 by David Bennahum, publisher of the MEME Electronic Newsletter (www.memex.org), while using a PDA and cellular modem at the crawling speed of 19 Kbps. See meme.
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CellSpace can also determine which protein-protein interactions observed in a two-hybrid screen have not previously been reported in the literature, list all the molecular targets implicated in a disease as well as the drugs known to act upon them, and more.
This is made possible because the CellSpace Knowledge Miner application, using patent-pending proprietary algorithms, has "read" all the papers for you, determined the relationships between the thousands of molecules mentioned and can present this information to you ranked in order of relevance.
Today's CellSpace is the first sophisticated component of what will grow to become a fully automated knowledge representation system, one that enables the automated synthesis of new knowledge from data.