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Oxford Molecular Group Ships New Version of Tsar


CAMPBELL, Calif.--Oxford Molecular Group has begun shipping a new version of its Tsar software package for lead optimization and chemical library design. Tsar 3.2 will reduce time needed to create chemical compound libraries used to accelerate pharmaceutical and chemical discovery, the company said. The product offers researchers a spreadsheet interface that displays chemical structures and provides QSAR, property prediction, and statistical analysis tools. The new version includes a built-in decision-tree analytical method called Firm, automated calculation of Lipinski's rules for identifying drug-like compounds, a new library enumeration wizard, and support for prediction of new properties.

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