Ubichem Launches Discovery Chemical Catalogue Website

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Tuesday, 05 October 2010 11:00 (UTC + 2)

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Eastleigh, UK and Budapest, Hungary, October 5, 2010 / b3c newswire / - Ubichem, a leading provider of chemistry services to the drug development sector, has recently launched a new website to house its expanded Discovery Chemical Catalogue. It can be accessed directly at http://www.ubichemdirect.com/ or from the Ubichem website at http://www.ubichem.com/, allowing you to search the functionalised building blocks and purchase compounds which can help progress R&D projects.

 

Expertise in heterocyclic chemistry has enabled the preparation of many functionalised building blocks with reactive groups suitable for the synthesis of lead compounds. Recent additions include 1,4-disubstituted isoquinolines, 1-amino-5-bromoisoquinolines and thieno[3,2-c]pyridines. Typically, a few grams of material are available from stock, with analogues, or larger quantities, up to 100’s kilograms, being made on request.

 

Jozsef Repasi, Managing Director of Ubichem Research, commented “Our Discovery Chemical Catalogue has expanded significantly over the last year and the ability to purchase compounds on-line will allow us to provide an even better service to our customers in this area.”

 

 

About Ubichem - www.ubichem.com

Ubichem was founded in 1978 to offer competitive sourcing solutions for fine chemicals and intermediates to clients in high-technology industries, and these activities continue today through the Fine Chemicals Division.

 

Ubichem Research was created in 1996 in Budapest, Hungary, and through Ubichem Pharma Services, provides a comprehensive range of chemistry services (on lab to pilot plant scale) to support pharmaceutical discovery and development. These include cGMP API and intermediate manufacture, process research and development, radiolabelling and analytical method development and validation.

 

 

For more information please contact:

József Répási, Ubichem Ltd.

Illatos Street 33, Budapest, H-1097 Hungary

Tel: +36 1 347 5060, Email: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it