ChemAxon

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ChemAxon
Private
IndustryCheminformatics
FoundedFebruary 14, 1998; 20 years ago (1998-02-14) in Budapest, Hungary
FounderFerenc Csizmadia
Headquarters,
Hungary
Number of locations
  • 4 offices
  • 9 distributors
Area served
Worldwide
Products
Services
Number of employees
160 (2018)
Websitechemaxon.com

ChemAxon (/ˌkɛmˈæksɒn/) is a cheminformatics and bioinformatics software development company specializing in cloud based, end user solutions, back end platforms and consultancy services for chemical and biological research.[1][2] Headquartered in Budapest, Hungary with 121 employees (as of November 2018).[3] The company also operates business and consultancy offices globally in Cambridge, MA, San Diego, CA, and in Prague.[4][5][6] ChemAxon supports its customers via exclusive distributors in China, India, Japan, South Korea, Singapore, and Australia.[7][8][9] ChemAxon provides solutions, platforms, applications, and consultancy services for handling chemical and biological entities for the pharmaceutical, biotechnology, new materials, fine-, petro- and agrochemical, food and cosmetics industries. ChemAxon supports academic institutions through special software licensing programs for students, teachers, academic researchers, and high school curriculums[10]. Tools and software solutions are offered to academic research groups wishing to integrate cheminformatic functionalities into open website platforms via web hosting services.[11][12]

Software[edit]

ChemAxon Products include tools for visualization and drawing of molecules, chemical database searching and management, and for drug discovery. Products are licensed free of charge for academic use.[13]

ChemAxon’s desktop applications include Marvin which is a free chemistry software for drawing and visualizing chemical structures,

Instant JChem, a desktop application for end user scientists; JChem for Excel which integrates the structure handling capabilities of JChem and Marvin within a Microsoft Excel environment.[14]

The software can be used to predict pKa values[15] and logP values.[16]

The company developed Markush structure storage and search capabilities (without enumeration), with Markush structures from Thomson Reuters Derwent World Patents Index (DWPISM) database.[17]

Pearson Education uses ChemAxon's JChem, MarvinSketch, and MarvinView as the chemistry tools in many of Pearson MasteringChemistry courses.[18]

Methods[edit]

Molecule characterization data in the form of a simplified molecular-input line-entry system (SMILES) string can be uploaded into the Marvin software.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Bunin, Barry A.; Siesel, Brian; Morales, Guillermo; Bajorath, Jürgen (2007). Chemoinformatics: Theory, Practice, & Products. Dordrecht, the Netherlands: Springer Netherlands. p. 87. ISBN 978-1-4020-5000-8.
  2. ^ "ChemAxon Company Overview". ChemAxon. 2017. Retrieved 19 September 2018.
  3. ^ "ChemAxon Kft". Céginformáció. 2018. Retrieved 15 November 2018.
  4. ^ McBride, Ryan (1 Oct 2012). "ChemAxon opens shop in 'heart' of Boston biotech hub". Retrieved 11 May 2014.
  5. ^ Bódy, Géza (2013). "Biliárd munkaidőben" [Billiards during work hours]. Manager Magazin (in Hungarian). 2013 (11): 8–10.
  6. ^ "ChemAxon around the globe". ChemAxon. Retrieved 2018-10-09.
  7. ^ "Distributors in Asia & Pacific". ChemAxon. Retrieved 2018-11-15.
  8. ^ "ChemAxon Japan". Patcore Inc. Retrieved 2018-11-15.
  9. ^ "ChemAxon - Cheminformatics solved". Advent Informatics. Retrieved 2018-11-15.
  10. ^ Lattu, Matti (31 March 2017). "Abittiin lisää MAFYKE-välineitä". Retrieved 2018-09-21.
  11. ^ "Discounted licenses". Retrieved 2018-11-15.
  12. ^ "ChemAxon - Introducing a cheminformatics company & its software portfolio". ChemAxon. Retrieved 2018-11-15.
  13. ^ "Chemaxon Announces Free Software for the Academic Community Via the Jchem and Marvin Academic Package". 27 Jul 2004. Retrieved 11 May 2014.
  14. ^ "Company Overview of ChemAxon Kft". Retrieved 11 May 2014.
  15. ^ Toure, O.; Dussap, C.-G; Lebert, A. (2013). "Comparison of Predicted pKa Values for Some Amino-Acids, Dipeptides and Tripeptides,Using COSMO-RS, ChemAxon and ACD/Labs Methods". Oil & Gas Science and Technology – Rev. IFP Energies Nouvelles. 68 (2): 281–291. doi:10.2516/ogst/2012094.
  16. ^ Chen, Jonathan; Swamidass, S. Joshua; Dou, Yimeng; Bruand, Jocelyne; Baldi, Pierre (2005). "ChemDB: a public database of small molecules and related chemoinformatics resources". Bioinformatics. 21 (22): 4133–4139. doi:10.1093/bioinformatics/bti683. PMID 16174682.
  17. ^ IP data Feed Archived August 17, 2013, at the Wayback Machine.
  18. ^ "Pearson Adds ChemAxon's Suite of Chemistry Tools to MasteringChemistry Products". 6 Dec 2012. Retrieved 11 May 2014.

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