Sneak peek at Flare V3: New science and improved results
As we move closer to the release of Flare™ V3, let’s have a quick look at some interesting new functionality ...
The November release of the Spark reagent databases derived from eMolecules is now available.
As announced in the October newsletter, Spark users can now benefit from monthly releases of reagent databases derived from eMolecules’ building blocks collection. The rolling updates are intended to provide the very best availability information on the reagents that you wish to employ.
The updated databases can be downloaded now through the Spark Database update widget (instructions on the installing Spark databases page) or using a command line utility (such as wget, please contact us for details).