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TCG Lifesciences Expands Pharmaceutical, Biotechnology Research Initiatives with CAS' SciFinder®
Date:4/4/2011

KOLKATA, India, April 4, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Chemical Abstracts Service (CAS), the world's authority for chemical information, announced today that TCG Lifesciences Limited, a leading contract research services and informatics company based in India, has signed a three-year contract to provide its scientists and researchers with unlimited access to SciFinder. SciFinder will help TCG Lifesciences grow its position as a contract research organization that provides a new paradigm of cutting edge drug discovery and development platform in the competitive and fast growing Indian pharmaceutical research space.

"We have had a relationship with CAS for a long time, hence when we were required to select an enterprise-wide research platform for our R&D teams, SciFinder was the clear choice, given its reliable, high-quality content and advanced reaction planning tools. Our scientists now have on-demand access to the largest collection of small molecules and related information, including references to millions of peer-reviewed research papers and patents. SciFinder gives our researchers the insight they need to produce the flagship laboratory data for which we are known," said Dr. Sourav Basu, Associate Vice-President of TCG Lifesciences.

SciFinder, the world's leading research and discovery tool, will offer TCG Lifesciences teams a variety of powerful research and analysis options, including Markush searching for retrieving additional patents for substances that are claimed in generic terms, and the recently-announced SciPlanner™, an interactive reaction planning workspace especially valuable for pharmaceutical and biotechnology research.

SciFinder's comprehensive and current content, sophisticated analysis and collaboration capabilities, and demonstrated results inside the lab and out have made it the
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