MScreen is an open source High Throughput Screening (HTS) data storage and analysis system that has been developed at the Center for Chemical Genomics (CCG), a core facility at the University of Michigan. MScreen processes HTS data through a web-based interface to help screeners visualize their data and simplify the hit-to-lead decision process.
Currently, MScreen is available free of charge to the academic and non-profit community through the University of Michigan Office of Technology Transfer and was published in the Journal of Biomolecular Screening. MScreen is also offered as a hosted service model - MScreen Enterprise (MSites) - a completely segregated and customizable instance of MScreen without any computing overheads
You can learn more about MScreen from its publication or by signing up for a trial account. This portal also allows you to explore other resources such as searching the CCG diversity collection and more.