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Core Informatics, Open Eye to Integrate Cheminformatics Software

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This week, Core Informatics and OpenEye Scientific Software announced a partnership that allows them to integrate OpenEye's cheminformatics software with Core Informatics' web-based laboratory information management system and its electronic lab notebook.

The partnership allows Core Informatics' to offer OpenEye's chemical registration application within the Core LIMS, which is used for managing lab data. This integration will let users access chemistry handling processes that are available in OpenEye's cheminformatics suite.

Financial details of the partnership were not disclosed.

Recently, Core Informatics renewed an existing partnership with ChemAxon that allows the companies to continue to combine ChemAxon's cheminformatics toolkit with Core's LIMS and ELN software (BI 4/5/2013).

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