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ChemBridge to Attend and Exhibit (Booth 416) at 251st ACS National Meeting, San Diego, CA, USA, March 13-17, 2016

San Diego, CA, USA, January 20, 2016

The 251st ACS National Meeting will be held at the San Diego Convention & Exhibition Center, March 13-17, 2016. The program theme of the meeting is “Computers in Chemistry” and numerous events will support that theme, including a plenary session featuring experts on self-assembly, proton-coupled electron transfer, protein design, and free energy perturbation theory. Program topics include the following (for the full program, please visit the conference website):

  • Div. of Medicinal Chemistry: Bromodomain Inhibition: BETs and Beyond
  • Div. of Medicinal Chemistry: Medicinal Chemists Toolbox: Recent Strategies and Tactics for Resolving Off-Target Liabilities
  • Div. of Organic Chemistry: New Reactions and Methods
  • Div. of Organic Chemistry: Biologically-Related Molecules and Processes
  • Div. of Organic Chemistry: Chemistry and Computers
  • Div. of Organic Chemistry: Total Synthesis of Complex Molecules
  • Div. of Computers in Chemistry: Drug Discovery
  • Div. of Computers in Chemistry: From Synthesis to Design: Modeling Tools for Medicinal Chemists
  • Div. of Chemical Information: From Data to Prediction: Applying Structural Knowledge in Drug Discovery and Development

ChemBridge will be available in Booth 416 to discuss our products and services related to small molecule drug discovery and chemical biology research including:

  • Stock of more than 14,000 chemical building blocks / reagents for medicinal chemists
  • Stock of more than 1 million small molecule screening compounds including sp3-enriched screening compounds with more 3-dimensional structure.
  • Diversity screening libraries including the DIVERSet and PremiumSet Libraries
  • Targeted screening libraries and biased screening libraries for kinase, ion channel, GPCR, nuclear receptor and CNS research

Please stop by the ChemBridge booth in the exhibit hall (Booth 416).

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