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Challenge winner publish paper and give webinar
June 05, 2019, 16:06

Our winners from the Summer2017 Scientific Challenge have the perfect timing: on Thursday, June 6, they will give a webinar about their project „computer‐assisted selective optimization of side‐activities ‐ from cinalukast to a PPARÎą modulator“. The respective paper was accepted on Monday. Congratulations Julius and Simone!
Register for their webinar, read the publication or meet them a the ASMC conference in Athens, when they redeem the travel grant they have won.


Releases: SeeSAR 9, infiniSee 1.1 and REALspace
May 23, 2019, 16:05

After the major SeeSAR 9 release last month, infiniSee 1.1 is out, which enables parallel & multi-space search. Try it together with the latest update of the REALspace and mine 11 BILLION compounds in just a fest minutes locally on your computer.


“Next level in chemical space navigation” review
March 18, 2019, 14:03

Our new DDT review on chemical spaces is hot off the press. It is open access, so you can read it for free here. We are very proud to have contributed to some of the mentioned spaces.


launch of infiniSee — unlimited accessibles
March 14, 2019, 14:03

Our new platform infiniSee makes chemical space navigation in billions of tangible molecules possible — in the user-friendly way you know from us: infiniSee unites ultra-fast searching in huge chemical spaces, visualizes local pharmacophore-like matches, and is strikingly easy to use. Drag & drop your query, press 'Go!'.

Within a few minutes, infiniSee mines interesting molecules from chemical spaces, e.g. from Enamine REAL Space (updated now with more than 5 billion molecules), your inhouse space (such as Merck's MASSIV with 1020), or our publicly available KnowledgeSpace (1015). In the case of Enamine REAL Space, usually more than 85% of the hits will be synthetically accessible and delivered to your lab.
Want to try? Get your copy!


New CSD based ReCore index
March 08, 2019, 13:03

A brandnew fragment library („index“) based on CCDC’s February 2019 CSD content is out now. More than 2.4 million fragments represent a huge pool for your fragment-based drug discovery. Use SeeSARÂŽ to conduct rescaffolding, linking/merging, or fragment evolution.
To download the new packages CSD subscribers please visit the website.


Upcoming events
February 08, 2019, 11:02

After an exiting start to 2019 with travels to India and the USA, more interesting events are approaching in the first half of this year:

We are looking forward to meeting many good scientists for inspiring discussions!



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