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EMolecules

eMolecules, Inc.
Private
Industry Internet, Chemistry
Founded Del Mar, California (November 25, 2005)
Key people
Klaus Gubernator, Founder
Craig A. James, CTO/Founder
Niko Gubernator, CEO
Website http://www.emolecules.com

eMolecules is a search engine for chemical molecules. The system was founded by scientists for scientists in 2005 with one goal in mind: reduce drug discovery timelines through improved efficiencies. After spending 25 years in drug discovery, eMolecules took a step back and looked at every step of compound sourcing, procurement and logistics and developed tools and standards to streamline the overwhelming process. 9 of the 10 largest pharmaceutical companies and 4 of the 5 largest biotechs work with eMolecules.

eMolecules works with 150 trusted suppliers in order to provide customers with a variety of options and services.

Contents

  • Database 1
  • Searching 2
  • See also 3
  • References 4

Database

  • The database contains more than 7.0M Life Chemicals, Maybridge, Otava, Sigma-Aldrich, Specs, and many more.
  • The database contains also all entries provided by NIST, PubChem, and DrugBank. Duplicated (non-unique) index numbers are resolved automatically.

Searching

Two public available search modules are provided

  • The standard search allows querying for names, substructures, and suppliers.
  • The expert search allows interactive searching using also a molecular weight range, CAS numbers, suppliers, etc. The search can be used to widen or restrict already found results.

See also

References

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