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Scynexis Expands ACD Processing Tools Installation

NEW YORK, April 19 (GenomeWeb News) - Scynexis, a drug-discovery and -development company, has expanded its installation of Advanced Chemistry Development's ACD/1D NMR Processor, the companies said today.


The expanded nuclear magnetic resonance processing capabilities have been added to Scynexis' research facility in Research Triangle Park, NC, the companies said.


ACD claims that the tool eases the interpretation of NMR data through multiplet analysis, verification, and quantitation techniques, cutting NMR interpretation and dissemination times.


Financial details were not discussed.

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