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Clarivate resource offers insights to fight coronavirus

Want insight into the state of the global war against COVID-19? You can tap into an online resource centre launched by Clarivate.

Clarivate Analytics, the publisher of Cortellis, is presenting global research and breaking news on the novel coronavirus outbreak devastating businesses, economies and individuals’ lives around the world.

“A global health emergency can occur without warning, as we are currently experiencing with the rapidly spreading coronavirus outbreak,” the team explains via the Clarivate blog.

“Scientists attempt to develop vaccines and treatments as quickly as possible to meet the increasing needs of those affected, medical researchers and healthcare professionals are working tirelessly to better understand and combat the disease.”

The tools and resources are aimed at helping specialists and laypeople – from medical researchers, policymakers and healthcare professionals to journalists – quickly and easily access the latest information on COVID-19.

Real-time updates based on Clarivate’s data and insight tools, including Cortellis, Web of Science, and BioWorld, will cover every stage of the fight against coronaviruses – from historical literature on all strains going back decades, to drug discovery and clinical development, regulatory submission, commercialisation and patents.

Users will also be able to access existing data via Cortellis Drug Discovery Intelligence, including drug pipelines, disease briefings, experimental pharmacology, pharmacokinetics, animal models, targets and more to assist research. The site will be regularly updated, according to Clarivate.

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