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Syngene International signs three-year deal with SciFinder

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Syngene International, an Indian contract research organisation, has signed a three-year contract to provide its scientists unlimited access to SciFinder, the chemistry research tool from CAS.

SciFinder offers Syngene the scope and depth of chemistry required by scientists in today’s global enterprises. With daily updates to database content, SciFinder supplies Syngene scientists with the timeliest information available to help them advance their research.

Using SciFinder, all Syngene scientists have access to the Cas Registry, the largest collection of disclosed chemical substance information, now totalling more than 61 million unique small molecule substances.

SciFinder also provides Syngene scientists with access to global patent information, enabling quick and reliable searches to help them identify research options and make more novel breakthroughs.