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Chemical Abstracts Service (CAS) has delivered chemical information, including structures, via live interaction using BlackBerry and other handheld devices, opening up the opportunity to retrieve hundreds of literature references as well as molecular structure and related data for specific substances in real time. CAS will be making this mobile route to scientific databases, called CAS Mobile, available through its STN and SciFinder services in the near future. Users will be able to retrieve and analyse information from CAS' principal databases, CAplus and CAS Registry. The Registry database contains records of more than 25 million organic and inorganic substances, including small molecules, and more than 56 million sequences. In addition, CAplus contains more than 23 million chemistry-related literature and patent references dating back to 1900.
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