New compounds come to ASINEX from all over the former USSR. Over 3500 chemists from Russia, Ukraine, Belorussia, Lithuania, Armenia, and Kazakhstan are our suppliers. They offer by-products of academic and applied research, Ph.D. studies and inventions. This ensures great diversity and complexity of compounds.
There are 40000 samples ready for delivery from the shelf. Delivery typically takes 4 - 8 weeks from the moment you submit your order for the compounds. All the stock compounds have been tested by NMR (200 - 400 MHz).
Every week we add new formulas to our database of available compounds. The new additions are from the cutting edge of synthetic chemistry. No laboratory has screened those compounds yet. But, one should beware of human error. The new compounds are still to be collected and tested. The delivery may take 2 - 4 months.
The most renown specialty of ASINEX are large collections for high throughput screening. You may receive a database of more than 1000000 readily available samples. And, we do deliver them by the tens of thousands. Please feel free to ask for references.
Our standard in 100% quality control by NMR (200 - 400 MHz) and in some cases MS.
ASINEX provides free packaging. You may want the samples to be placed into your in-house vials. You may want them bar-coded. Microtiter plates could be your favorites. We may ask you to send your vials to our facility if we do not have similar ones on the site. There are no charges associated with packaging, however complicated it may be.
Usually pre-selected diversified libraries of compounds command higher prices. We offer discount on them. It is cheaper to commission a library from ASINEX than to order compounds according to a selection. There are substantial discounts on large numbers of samples. Further discount is offered for large mg amount of samples.
Since we maintain direct contact with authors of the samples, you may ask for refills (and even get them). Protection of your intellectual property rights could be arranged directly with the author(s).
last updated 11/13/96