Find and validate drug targets 5x faster, with searchable data.

There are 5 common gene mutations that have been found in Glioblastoma.
These genes are found in 23 gene sets and 87 pathways.
Pathways: ErbB signalling pathway (hsa04012), RAF/MAP kinase cascade (R-HSA-5673001)

Gene Sets: Apoptotic process, cellular response to DNA damage stimulus, p53 signalling pathway
These genes can be observed across 53 of your datasets and 341 public datasets.
Across your datasets, TP53, PTEN and EDFR were most frequently mutated.

Across publicly available data, PTEN, IDH1/2 and CDKN2A/B were most frequently mutated.
The above example is used for demonstration purposes only*
Our solution

What if you could search your own datasets for insights?

BioBox is a web-based platform that enables you to search for insights across thousands of datasets in a fraction of the time and accelerate your discovery program.
· How it works

Search, Analyze & Integrate
Multi-omic Studies.

Develop multi-omic profiles of your cohorts to find meaningful insights and tell a story with your data.
Find relevant datasets
Access thousands of public datasets, ready for analysis.
Extract deeper insights
Compare & contrast observations from public and proprietary cohorts.
Tell a story with your data
Create multi-omic dashboards of your results to streamline collaboration.
Leverage a biological search engine to find observations within your own data.

“We can locate samples of interest quickly through the advanced search engine, which is invaluable in allowing team members and external researchers to navigate our catalogue and initiate collaborations.”

The Brain Tumor Biobank Team
St. Michael's Hospital
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Built for your entire
discovery team

Leverage APIs and a GUI-interface to search and explore your datasets.

For Bioinformaticians

Integrate our solution with your existing infrastructure to make biological search queries and manage analyses.

For Biologists

Leverage a no-code interface to explore result summaries of your large-scale analyses.