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Roche and Elsevier alliance to integrate internal data into Reaxys

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Elsevier today announced the integration of Roche propriety reaction information within Reaxys, which will run on Roche’s infrastructure and inside the Roche firewall to provide high performance and security. Roche chemistry information will be securely searchable and discoverable by Roche scientists through the Reaxys user interface. The incorporation and discoverability of Roche proprietary information in Reaxys is anticipated to significantly improve Roche scientists’ productivity.

With this development Roche researchers will be able to launch a single search in Reaxys across integrated internal data and experimental data published in journals and patents, with results unified and organised in a context directly relevant to the researcher workflow. The announcement comes after many months of collaboration between teams from Roche and Reaxys.

Source: STM publishing news, 2nd of October 2012; Available from:


Written by hbasset

October 3, 2012 at 8:39 pm

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Commercial data in Reaxys

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Reaxys now to integrate commercial data from, as SciFinder already does.

Press release:

Elsevier announced that Reaxys now provides an enriched commercial availability service, as a result of the ongoing collaboration between the Reaxys development team and eMolecules.

Chemical procurement of commercially available compounds is now incorporated into the reaction and substance search workflow.

Research chemists can now immediately access the eMolecules ordering page, complete with full quantity, pricing and vendor information, all via the eMolecules icon.

It becomes part of the overall research workflow, the chemist can order the desired compound and easily continue with their reaction or substance query

eMolecules is the world’s leading open-access chemical structure search engine, providing chemistry eCommerce solutions for suppliers of research chemicals and industrial and academic research organizations.

They deliver chemical building blocks and screening compounds worldwide from any supplier in any requested physical format.

They are the most popular chemistry web site, distinguished by fast results, ease of use, and up to date information about commercially available chemicals.

Written by hbasset

September 15, 2010 at 7:26 pm

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