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Goldify : create links back to goldbook for any text

Goldify is a service provided by IUPAC . This online service allows you to submit your text and have links to the IUPAC Gold Book automatically inserted into it using the goldify software. Underlined linear structures display the actual structure of the molecule when you put a mouse cursor over them. Visit Goldify here. Insert your text here : clear text entry box Link format : HTML Inline text Results : View online Download in a file Please do not fill this entry:

DOI Lookup

Add a DOI lookup box at your webpage !! Digital Object Identifier (DOI) is a persistent unique code used to identify and retrieve a specific publication on the Internet, usually a journal article, web document, or other item of intellectual property DOI: use following code : < form   method = "post"   action = "" > DOI: < input   type = "text"   name = "hdl"   value = ""   size = "45"   / > < input   type = "submit"   value = "Submit"   / > < input   type = "reset"   value = "Reset"   / > < / form >

Drug Master File

Drug Master File or DMF is a document prepared by a pharmaceutical manufacturer and submitted solely at its discretion to the appropriate regulatory authority in the intended drug market. There is no regulatory requirement to file a DMF. However, the document provides the regulatory authority with confidential, detailed information about facilities, processes, or articles used in the manufacturing, processing, packaging, and storing of one or more human drugs. Drug Master File (DMF) is a document containing complete information on an Active Pharmaceutical Ingredient (API) or finished drug dosage form. It is known as European Drug Master File (EDMF) or Active Substance Master File (ASMF) and US-Drug Master file (US-DMF) in Europe and United States respectively. The DMF contains factual and complete information on a drug product's chemistry, manufacture, stability, purity, impurity profile, packaging, and the cGMP status of any human drug product. Source: Wikipedia Guidelines for D