The Case for CASE—Saving Time and Effort with Computer-Assisted Structure Elucidation in Routine Analysis
18 Nov 2014

Too often, the elucidation of unknown structures, especially those with novel moieties found in natural products, results in incorrect initially published structures. In many cases, this could be avoided by employing Computer-Assisted Structure Elucidation (CASE) methods alongside the original investigations. This application note applies standard CASE methods to one recent example, and also shows how ACD/Structure Elucidator Suite can determine the best structure.

Show    per page
1 of 3     Page  1 2 3 Next 
Accurate and Comprehensive Mapping of Multi-omic Data to Biological Pathways Using Agilent-BridgeDB bioinformatics, data analysis12 Nov 2014Read
Development of lab2lab: A Virtual Instrument for Every Laboratory sample handling, data acquisition24 Oct 2014Read
Evaluating EMT in FFPE Tissue Sections Using the inForm Data Analysis Software tumor, cancer, FFPE22 Oct 2014Read
Analyzing Signaling Pathway Activity in FFPE Tissue Sections for Cancer Research and Drug Development imaging, cell signaling22 Oct 2014Read
Cancer Immunology: Capturing Immune Status in FFPE Sections cancer diagnostics, immunology, cell imaging20 Oct 2014Read
Detecting Phenotypical Subgroups in Breast Cancer using Multiplexed Protein Expression Analysis in Intact Tissue Sections cancer diagnostics, HER2, breast cancer20 Oct 2014Read
Metabolomic Data Analysis of Herbicide Susceptible and Resistant Populations of Black-Grass (Alopecurus myosuroides) metabolites, Herbicides18 Sep 2014Read
Addressing the Bottlenecks in Metabolomics: Making an Expedient Transition from Global Profiling to Targeted Quantitation metabolomics, world cup15 Jul 2014Read
Untargeted Metabolomics Workflow Using UHPLC/Quadrupole Orbitrap Mass Spectrometer and SIEVE 2.1 Software diabetes, metabolomics, world cup15 Jul 2014Read
The Use of MassLynx Open Access for LC/MS Accurate Mass Measurements Experiments world cup, pharmaceuticals4 Jul 2014Read

Popular tags in SelectScience