Optibrium and Enamine collaboration extends commercial compound database access for StarDrop users
Optibrium™ today announced a collaboration with Enamine. The collaboration provides StarDrop™ users with easy access to EnamineStore, a database of their commercially available screening compounds and chemical building blocks. StarDrop has been developed to connect seamlessly with a wide variety of internal and external informatics systems and this latest partnership further extends the wealth of information available to users through StarDrop and its capabilities for small molecule design, optimisation and data analysis in drug discovery.
StarDrop provides free access to the Enamine database to easily search for commercially available compounds and building blocks. Enamine has over 3.3 million screening compounds and a further library of 7.8 million building blocks available to order from EnamineStore. The link enables users not only to search for specific compounds, but also find those that are structurally similar to their most interesting hits and leads or contain relevant substructures. This provides an invaluable tool for researchers to quickly enrich the understanding of their chemical structure-activity relationships.
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