PRESS RELEASE

Symyx Registration 1.5 Software

Symyx Technologies has released Symyx Registration 1.5. This release offers R&D organisations of all sizes a flexible, fully featured, Isentris-based approach to building and managing consistent, searchable, and shareable corporate compound registries based on Symyx's chemical representation technology.

Out-of-the-box integration with Symyx Assay Explorer biology data management software enables researchers to view chemically registered substances alongside biological assay results, facilitating SAR analysis and the prioritisation of new compounds for testing.

Built on the Symyx Isentris informatics system, Symyx Registration 1.5 automatically verifies drawing conventions, normalises structure data in accordance with corporate representation rules, and checks for uniqueness before assigning corporate identification numbers and storing submitted substances in the corporate compound registry.

By superseding and replacing ISIS-based Symyx ChemBio AE software, Symyx Registration 1.5 supports ISIS-to-Isentris migrations while enabling scientists to register chemical compounds, view biological data, and compare chemical and biological data side-by-side entirely in the Isentris environment.

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