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Web-based platform streamlines molecule discovery chemistry

By Mary Page Bailey and Gerald Ondrey |

Last month, this company released Torx Test and Torx Analyze (photo) to complete the Torx platform — a single web-based solution that enables drug discovery teams to work together, share knowledge, manage resources and track progress throughout the design-make-test-analyze (DMTA) workflow. Torx Test connects chemists and assay scientists to enable seamless scheduling, management and results delivery for biological, physico-chemical and other assays. It removes the administrative burden from the testing process by providing a platform to submit requests upon compound registration, as well as followup requests from Torx Make and monitor progress in realtime. Torx Analyze combines 2D and 3D analysis of molecule data loaded from corporate databases with the extensive information sharing and molecule design capabilities of Torx Design. — Torx Software Ltd., Cambridge, U.K.

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