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Beilsten Abstracs Now Free To Members Of Chemweb

Beilsten Abstracs Now Free Of Charge To Members Of Chemweb.Com

ChemWeb, Inc. and Beilstein Informations systeme GmbH are pleased to announce that a web-based version of Beilstein Abstracts, one of the most prestigious chemical databases on the Internet, is now available to members of ChemWeb.com, the worldwide Club for the Chemical Community, completely free of charge. Members of ChemWeb.com will have unrestricted use of Beilsteins web-based application, which provides access to titles, abstracts and authors from the organic chemical literature.

To take full advantage of all the features that a web-based environment provides, Beilstein Abstracts, formerly known as NetFire, has migrated over to ChemWeb.com. Users can access titles, abstracts and citations from the top journals in organic and related chemistry, published from 1980 to the present. There are currently over 600,000 articles in the Beilstein Abstracts database. This will bring to scientists desktops the most intuitive way yet to search and display chemical information, by author, by words included in the title or abstract of the paper, named journal, or time range. Scientists in the chemical industry, government and academia now have in ChemWeb.com an invaluable gateway into a rich compendium of information abstracted from the top journals covering organic chemistry.

Bill Town, Director of Operations, ChemWeb, Inc. said, "The Beilstein Database is one of the worlds most important sources of organic chemistry information and we are proud to be able to offer our members this service free of charge in collaboration with Beilstein. In addition, by providing a web-based Beilstein Abstracts free, we have greatly enhanced the value of MDLs LitLink ro product which can now provide totally transparent access to the Beilstein Abstracts on ChemWeb.com from any bibliographic citation in any database or journal which hasbeen enhanced by LitLink ro.

Eduard Cohen, Managing Director of Beilstein Informations systeme GmbH said: "Titles and abstracts are important sources of information, and, in combination with a powerful interface, can be accessed easily via the Internet on ChemWeb.com providing the chemical community with a valuable knowledge base.

Free and easy access the web-based Beilstein Abstracts on ChemWeb.com will help chemists to find what they need, quickly and conveniently, and is the first step into the Beilstein world of information."

About the companies

ChemWeb, Inc. produces the online "club" for the world's chemistry researchers, ChemWeb.com, Details of other ChemWeb.com news can be found at http://ChemWeb.com/home rpage.html

Beilstein Informations systeme GmbH (BIS) has worldwide headquarters in Frankfurt, Germany and is the developer of several information systems such as CrossFireTM , the worldE9s leading authority in organic chemical information, AutoNomTM, a program automatically generating IUPAC names from graphic structures, and Beilstein Abstracts, the web-based graphical interface, for the search and display of abstracts from Chemical Literature

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CrossFireis a trademark of Beilstein Informations systeme GmbH. Beilstein Data by Beilstein Institut fuer Literatur der Organischen Chemie licensed to Beilstein Chemiedaten & Software GmbH and Beilstein Informations systeme GmbH.

AutoNomis a trademark of Beilstein Institut fuer Literatur der Organischen Chemie licensed to Beilstein Chemiedaten & Software GmbH and Beilstein Informations systeme GmbH.

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