We have recently started a free online service for our virtual compound generator ReCGen (Refined Compound Generator).
We will be doing a presentation at a poster session during the Chem-Bio Informatics (CBI) 2017 Annual Meeting (Oct. 3-5) at Funabori Tower Hall in Tokyo Japan regarding the following topic:
「ReCGen: Development of a novel approach to generate virtual compounds」
ASKLEP Inc. has acquired Kyoto Constella Technologies. Please check the news release for additional information.
We have recently released a free online service for our de novo compound design system CzeekD(CzeekD Open Site)
The technology behind our CzeekD platform has been granted a Japanese patent (Patent No. 5946045).