Cresset joins the Open Force Field Consortium
Force fields have always been an important part of our scientific offering, and we use our own XED force field extensively ...
An updated version of the Spark™ reagent databases, based on the eMolecules Building Blocks collection, is available.
It’s very easy to update the Spark databases to ensure you are accessing the most up to date reagent availability information; follow these steps:
When a database is selected, you will be prompted that:
One or more of the selected databases has a newer version available. [Update].
[Update]hyperlink will launch the Spark Database Updater where you can choose to update only the database you are using for your search (click on the
Updatehighlighted by the orange rectangle in the image below), or all databases for which there is an update available (click on the
Update Displayed Databasesbutton highlighted by the blue rectangle in the image below).
Further details are provided in the updating Spark databases webclip or on the installing Spark reagent databases page of our website. You can also read more about the data content of Spark databases.
If you’re not yet a Spark customer, request an evaluation to learn how to generate highly innovative ideas for your project to explore chemical space and escape IP and toxicity traps.