March 15, 2001 MDL Information Systems, Inc. has released a free database containing information on selected compounds found to be active in the National Cancer Institute's AIDS antiviral screen.
The release makes the National Cancer Institute's data on compounds capable of inhibiting the HIV virus accessible to the vast number of researchers who use MDL抯 industry standard ISIS/Host (Integrated Scientific Information System). ISIS is software that enables scientists to register, display, and retrieve scientific information, including three-dimensional representations of chemical structures.
Researchers interested in acquiring the AIDS Database at no charge should contact an MDL sales representative.
MDL Information Systems, Inc.
Summary by 李晓霞 on 2001-03-20
Last updated by 李晓霞 on 2001-03-20