ChemAxon Assay

Upload, structure and store assay data

ChemAxon Assay is a web-based assay data management tool which matches intelligent uploading functionalities with a modern scalable database. Easily integratable into ChemAxon Synergy, it can be used in conjunction with Compound Registration and Plexus Connect to form a complete solution for compound and assay data management.
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ChemAxon Assay offers a dynamic uploading experience allowing you to choose from three different upload methods.

  1. Interactive: A template free upload, offering the user complete control
  2. Semi-automatic: A quicker uploading experience utilising the ChemAxon template
  3. Automatic: Drag and drop based file uploading with Google Drive

A comprehensive admin area includes options to configure the uploading and data synchronization processes as well as role-based permissions which ensure that admins have complete control while working with external collaborators such as CROs. Read more about assay data upload.

Interactive assay data upload


Assay data may be structured by defining experimental and analytical procedures and result types. This metadata gives an overall description of how the assay data was produced. The metadata may be defined before an upload or on the fly during the uploading process itself. The software supports multiple result types including numbers, text and URLs. Read more about admin parameters.

Standardize assay data


Assay data which has been suitably structured may be saved to the database. In the task overview page uploaded tasks can be searched, filtered, invalidated or reopened for editing. Downstream services enable assay data to be viewed in the Plexus Connect query and reporting tool alongside structure data from Compound Registration giving the user the ability to build structure-activity relationships. Further integration of third-party tools is possible via RESTful web services.

Assay data uploader interface

Data taken from: Biedermann et al, J. Nat. Prod., 2016, 79 (12), pp 3086–3092; Horký et al, European J. of Med. Chemistry 2018 143 843-853


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