FindZebra is a state-of-the-art diagnostic support tool featuring:
- FindZebra Summary uses FindZebra search and a large language model to give a concise answer to the user query. Get a summary using the button just above the search results.
- Gene view. After an initial search one may choose "gene" in the "Group by" menu to get genes associated with the query. Also, a sorted list of relevant genes figuring in the top search results can be downloaded.
- Keyword highlighting. The keywords most relevant to the query are highlighted in the text.
- Flexible API. By using our API you can make custom queries that matches your specific requirements. For example, you can take advantage of our advanced algorithms for gene and symptom extraction in order to quickly generate a list of known genes and symptoms associated with a given search string or disease.
Inquire about our API if you interested in integrating FindZebra: firstname.lastname@example.org
Frequently Asked Questions
What text and keywords should I input?
Enter a medical history in short sentences and keyword form. Comma separate each distinct finding.
What does the order of the search results mean?
FindZebra ranks results with most likely results in the top of the page. However, we
recommend users to always assess all 20 results.
Tip: Some search results have images that can help you quickly judge the match of a disease.
What search method should I use?
It is recommended to try more than one search. Combining different parts of the medical history allow you to
focus in on certain dominant characteristics.
Tip: Links the to article on the disease are listed under the disease name.
What can I do with the search results?
FindZebra is a tool to help find medical information and hypotheses about rare
disease diagnosis. FindZebra is intended as an aid for healthcare professionals
and for patients who consult with their physician.
Tip: Genes and market authorized pharmaceuticals, when available, are listed under the disease name.
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