Knowledge Graphs are an increasingly relevant approach to store detailed knowledge in many domains. Recent advances in NLP allow to enrich Knowledge Graphs through automated analysis of large volumes of literature, reducing a lot the efforts in traditional manual information capturing. In our presentation we report the approach taken in a project with partner Fraunhofer SCAI in the life sciences where a knowledge graph organising detailed facts about psychiatric diseases has been computed. Information of cause-effect relations between proteins, genes, drugs and diseases has been encoded in the BEL (Biological Expression Language) and imported into a Graph database to approach an indication-wide Knowledge Graph for the selected therapeutic area. Ultimately, updating the graph will amount to just rerunning the analysis on the newly published literature.