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Sigma-Aldrich Deposits Bioactive Small Molecules in PubChem Database

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) - Sigma-Aldrich has uploaded more than 1,100 bioactive small molecules to the National Institutes of Health’s PubChem database, the company said today.
 
PubChem, a reference database of chemical structures and biological assay data, is a component of the NIH’s Molecular Libraries Roadmap Initiative, which aims to support researchers studying the genetics of disease.
 
Sigma-Aldrich said these small molecules come from its Library of Pharmacologically Active Compounds, which is a collection of drugs and bioactive small molecules the company offers.

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