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Chemonaut

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Chemonaut provides online compound sourcing and procurement services to pharma and biotech companies.

The Chemonaut database is a comprehensive source of commercially available compounds for the most demanding researchers.

Chemonaut offers access not only to catalogue screening compounds and building blocks, but also to a range of high-quality special libraries from reputable and innovative compound vendors worldwide.

•    60 innovative vendors united in one portal
•    One-stop-shop for all your research compounds
•    In-stock chemistry only
•    Advanced search functionalities
•    More than 10 million compounds available

Besides the online search application of Chemonaut, the Chemonaut database is also available by means of a subscription. For this option, you will receive monthly updates of the database, so you can use it with your own compound selection tools in-house.

The Chemonaut database consists of structures that are offered by compound vendors from around the globe. By having vendors only place physically in stock compounds into the Chemonaut database, Chemonaut can ensure high availability and delivery rates.

Chemonaut provides procurement services, and 'single-point of purchase' services for compounds sourced from all the vendors included in the Chemonaut database. Compounds may be ordered as solid and neat samples in vials, or plated as stock solutions in 96-well format.

•    Complete outsourcing of compound procurement
•    One contact, one shipment and one invoice
•    Reformatting of compounds (optional)

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Chemonaut
Chemonaut B.V. Delftechpark 26 2628 XH Delft The Netherlands

Tel: +31 15 2600970
Fax: +31 15 2600971
Email: r.van.der.valk@chemonaut.com



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