Hand-coded by chemists and engineered by computer scientists, this synthetic planning tool draws from a profound chemical abstracts database of advanced organic synthesis rules and algorithms. Computer-aided synthesis allows you to rapidly generate synthetic routes to identified targets.
Based on years of development as Chematica, then further enhancement as SYNTHIA™, this software now enables chemists to easily navigate through viable pathways that can be executed at the bench.
With this bench-validated retrosynthetic planning software, successfully design and plan routes for target molecules based on your requirements.
Quickly go from imagining what’s possible to testing what’s probable with this novel chemical synthesis planning tool
Choose between automatic computer-aided retrosynthesis or manual retrosynthesis
Select from known and unknown compounds
Define rules & filters, scoring functions, and stop conditions
View detailed reaction information, post-filter routes, analyze pathways
SYNTHIA™ retrosynthesis software accounts for stereoselectivity and regioselectivity. This chemical synthesis planning tool presents the user with the most promising options by recognizing incompatibilities and avoiding nonviable synthetic steps that are possible but not practical.
Experience how SYNTHIA™ retrosynthesis software augments your expertise, saves time and reduces costs due to its profound Artificial Intelligence (AI) in chemistry.
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In the first successful laboratory validation of a retrosynthetic design software, SYNTHIA™ found robust and reliable pathways that reduced synthetic steps, increased yields, and decreased costs for both known and novel targets.
Efficient Syntheses of Diverse, Medicinally Relevant Targets Planned by Computer and Executed in the Laboratory
Navigating Around Patented Routes by Preserving Specific Motifs Along Computer-Planned Retrosynthetic Pathways
Algorithmic Discovery of Tactical Combinations for Advanced Organic Syntheses
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