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. The license and download information is available at the UM Tech Transfer site .
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.