Category Archives: Chem_Comp
Sometimes it pays to read the blurb that loads in a textport when software loads. Folks, there is an inherent problems when viewing your Swissmodel results in Pymol. Like many people I usually look away from the screen when I boot a … Continue reading
☹️ I missed this one back in January, but I could sense it was coming. CambridgeSoft have dropped the iOS apps ChemDraw, Chem3D, and CDSL from the App Store. (admittedly I hadn’t heard of the last one at all). Together with … Continue reading
One of my major research interests is the Flavivirus group of viruses. In our work at the University of Queensland we’ve been involved in developing inhibitors of viral proteins associate with Dengue and West Nile viruses. Particularly inhibitors of the … Continue reading
Among other things, we work with peptides. We make them, assay them, and calculate NMR structures of them. Many of our peptides contain unnatural amino acids or modified amino acids such as thiazoles, oxazoles, and other non proteogenic groups. Most … Continue reading
So after a very short hands on – I bought it 2 hours ago, here’s is my summary of the new ChemDraw for iPad. 1) Quick and easy to use chemical drawing package 2) Definitely chemistry only – none of … Continue reading
A new version of ChemBioDraw Ultra has been released. Version 12.0.2 is now available for download from Cambridgesoft for registered users.