We analyzed artificial intelligence startups impacting drug discovery.
For this research, we identified 181 relevant solutions and analyze their patent and market activities.
Cytoreason and Pharnext are only the two of them.
Cytoreason , Israel
Israel-based startup CytoReason analyzes multi-omic, human clinical data to offer data-driven target discovery. The startup’s platform uses vast amounts of proprietary and public data to understand the complex systems of interactions inside cells. The solution uses machine learning algorithms and continual statistical learning to uncover disease-related cell/gene maps. The platform supports research and development (R&D) efforts across the drug development cycle.
Uses AI to: Organize and standardize immune-related gene, protein, cell, and microbiome data into a single, machine-readable, cell-level view of the immune-system.
Cytoreason allows researchers to gain novel insights related to mechanisms of disease, clinical markers, and drug discovery and validation.
South Korean startup Standigm offers novel drug design solutions. Standigm BEST explores an AI-generated latent chemical space to generate novel compounds with desired properties. Once the candidates have been identified, Standigm Insights provides biological interpretations to discover pathways and therapeutics patterns and prioritize potential targets. The startup’s solutions eliminate the uncertainty in the drug discovery process to save time and costs during development.
Uses AI to: Analyze biomedical data to predict how drug compounds would interact with people in the real world.
Standigm allows researchers to generate novel compounds satisfying desired properties and discover hidden indications and pathways
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