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Scientific Databases Included in ChemBioOffice Ultra 2008

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Ashgate Drugs 2.1 Personal Internet Edition
Ashgate’s Drugs: Synonyms and Properties covers over 8,000 drug substances currently in common use worldwide. Edited by world-renowned authority in drug design and chemical information G.W.A. Milne, this volume fills an important gap in drug information. This electronic edition adds almost 70,000 synonyms and trade names that did not fit into the printed volume.
ChemACX Personal Internet Edition
ChemACX is a comprehensive online catalog containing current product information from 500 leading chemical supplier catalogs such as Sigma Aldrich, Fisher, Acros, Alfa Aesar, Lancaster, Novabiochem (EMD Biosciences, Inc.), and TCI America (View all suppliers listed in ChemACX). Information provided includes prices.

ChemACX provides rapid ordering information for over 450,000 unique chemical substances (13,375 new!), over 1,082,000 products, and is updated quarterly. The current update has seen 57% of its products updated and 60% of its individual Skus updated.

ChemINDEX and NCI: Personal Internet Edition
ChemINDEX is a directory of over 75,000 unique chemical substances, listing chemical structure, 3D structure, registry numbers, synonyms, physical properties, and links to Internet sources of further information. ChemINDEX also provides additional access to the NCI database with integrated AIDS and Human Tumor Cell Line screening results. The internet edition also has links to ChemACX and The Merck Index.
The Merck Index 14.0 Personal Internet Edition
With more than one million copies sold, The Merck Index has been THE go-to reference for generations of professionals looking for precise, comprehensive information on chemicals, drugs, and biologicals. This is the newest edition of the standard reference for chemists, biochemists, pharmacists, and related professionals.

The Merck Index 14th Edition has been extensively revised to ensure its accuracy and enhance its readability with many new features. The Merck Index is a one-volume encyclopedia of chemicals, drugs and biologicals that contains more than 10,000 monographs, 32 supplemental tables and 450 Organic Name Reactions. Nearly 4,000 of the entries cover drugs and pharmaceuticals, 2,000 describe common organic chemicals and laboratory reagents, another 2,000 cover naturally occurring substances and plants, 1,000 focus on the elements and on inorganic chemicals, and approximately 1,000 pertain to compounds of agricultural significance. Each monograph in this authoritative reference source is a concise description of a single substance or a small group of closely related compounds. In addition, there are more than 700 new and completely revised monographs, thousands of new references, trademarks and uses added to previous edition’s monographs. Several hundred discuss endogenous substances and biological agents. There is an expanded focus on “Green Chemistry” and compounds of environmental significance. In addition to revisions and updating, enhancements include embedding the Chemical Abstracts Registry Numbers for title and derivative compounds within the monographs.

Compounds Included:

  • Human and veterinary drugs
  • Biotech drugs and monoclonal antibodies
  • Substances used for medical imaging
  • Biologicals and natural products
  • Plant and herbal medicines
  • Nutraceuticals and cosmeceuticals
  • Laboratory reagents and catalysts
  • Dyes, colors and indicators
  • Environmentally significant substances
  • Food additives and supplements
  • Flavors and fragrances
  • Agricultural chemicals, pesticides and herbicides
  • Industrial and specialty chemicals
  • Organic chemicals used in research

Information Provided:

  • Chemical, common and generic names
  • Over 15,000 trademarks and associated companies
  • CAS Registry Numbers for over 12,000 compounds
  • Over 8,500 chemical structures
  • Molecular formulae, weights and percentage composition
  • Capsule statements identifying compound classes and scientific significance
  • Scientific and patent literature references
  • Physical and toxicity data
  • Therapeutic and commercial uses
  • Caution and hazard information
  • Recalculated molecular weights using the 2005 IUPAC Table of Standard Atomic Weights
  • Up-to-date U.S. regulatory information on carcinogens and controlled substances
  • Extensively revised supplemental tables now including Acronyms, Vaccines, and Physical Constants

Features:

  • Searchable by (sub)structure, molecular weight and molecular formula.
  • Searchable by keywords, references, and numerical properties
  • Search the complete contents of the 14th edition, plus nearly a thousand monographs archived from previous editions
  • Extensively revised supplemental tables (downloadable as PDF files) now including acronyms, vaccines, and physical constants


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