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Evaluation of potential chemical-induced eye injury through irritation and corrosion is required to ensure occupational and consumer safety for industrial, household and cosmetic ingredient chemicals. The historical method for evaluating eye irritant and corrosion potential of chemicals is the rabbit Draize test.

Reliable in-silico prediction tools for physicochemical properties, ADME characteristics, toxicity endpoints, structure design, and optimization, in one seamless software platform. Toronto, Canada (October 24, 2011)—ACD/Labs is pleased to announce the release of ACD/Labs Percepta, an advanced software platform for accurate in silico ADME/Tox and physicochemical property prediction, at AAPS 2011. The next generation of ACD/Labs...

Hungarian drug manufacturer deploys suite of software tools that assist with structure-based drug design at one of its research facilities in Budapest. Toronto, Canada (January 8, 2009)—Egis Pharmaceuticals, one of the leading pharmaceutical companies in Central Europe, sought to increase the efficiency of its Chemical Research Division, and has now done so by implementing software...

Toronto, CA (November 25, 2008)—Sanofi-Aventis, one of the world’s leading pharmaceutical companies, recently agreed to a three-year contract to extend the use of Advanced Chemistry Development, Inc., (ACD/Labs) software throughout its R&D sites worldwide. The agreement includes provisions for continuing support, and a special pricing structure beneficial to both companies. Sanofi-Aventis uses a range of...