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NIH signs a multi-year deal for AKS2 software

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The Center for Information Technology (CIT) at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) has signed a multi-year deal to license AlmaKnowledgeServer 2 (AKS2) software, a knowledge discovery system based on unique text mining methodologies developed by Bioalma. 

CIT will use AKS2 to support an annotation platform for the human salivary proteome project. The project has the long-term goal of supporting the discovery of saliva-based diagnostic tests.