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Merck Index Online

Javascript organic reaction calculator by Minseok Kwak.
Drugable is an NLM stimulus-funded resource that maintains a comprehensive index of druggable target, cheminformatics, druglike chemistry, experimental activity, crystallographic structure, and in silico docking data.

MyMolDB, a micro-molecular database solution based on Python, Open Babel, Web.py and many other open source or free components. In this solution, Apache/Lighttpd is used as web server, MySQL database engine as data storage system, and Python as the scripting and glue language for both chemical info handling and web interface programing. Cheminformatics related functionalities are provided by python-openbabel, the python binding of Open Babel. User friendly web interface for searching, compound and user management are build on top of the web framework web.py.

MObile REagents (MORE) is a scientific app that gives you access to about 6 million molecules and over 11 million product variations offered by more than 50 suppliers. With MORE, you can search reagents by exact or partial name and formula or by drawing a complete or partial structure with your finger tips. You can also limit your search to specific suppliers and bookmark your search results.

Phenomenex is a leading provider of advanced technology solutions for separation science techniques in the areas of sample preparation, high-performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) and gas chromatography (GC). Founded in 1982 and headquartered in Torrance, California, USA, Phenomenex helps scientists around the world analyze and purify a variety of important chemicals, biochemical raw materials, intermediates, and finished products.

Jmol is a Java molecular viewer for three-dimensional chemical structures. Features include reading a variety of file types and output from quantum chemistry programs, and animation of multi-frame files and computed normal modes from quantum programs.


Youtube Demo: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7_f56RfBzJM&feature=colike

ChemToolkits is a free Cheminformatics platform.
  1. KENT State Univ: http://www.lcinet.kent.edu/organization/facility/synthesis/inventory.php
  2. CWM Global Search: http://cwmglobalsearch.com/gsaspdev/default.aspx
  3. Harvard