Lhasa Limited announces an industry collaboration to address the challenges of impurity purging during synthesis
Leeds, UK, May 20th 2014 – Lhasa Limited, a leading global supplier of knowledge based software and associated databases, today announces an industry collaboration to develop software that can help experts assess the likelihood of the potential carryover of impurities (including those that are genotoxic) without exhaustive analytical testing.
Lhasa Limited have recently had a paper published in the Journal of Cheminformatics entitled “Self organising hypothesis networks: a new approach for representing and structuring SAR knowledge”. The paper centres on combining different sources of knowledge to build improved structure activity relationship models and highlights some of the problematic issues owing to the variety of knowledge formats and the absence of a common framework to interoperate between learning techniques.
Members of Lhasa Limited have enjoyed their first day at the 2014 Genetic Toxicology Association Meeting.
If you're around, please come along to our booth, where Scott, Sian and Laura will be on hand to answer any questions you might have about Lhasa Limited, it's products and any collaborative projects we are currently involved in.