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by Hartmut Laatsch

  • ISBN: 3527319786
  • Category: Chemistry
  • Subcategory: Math Science
  • Author: Hartmut Laatsch
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Wiley-VCH (May 18, 2007)
  • ePub book: 1881 kb
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These spectra have been produced using the spectrum prediction program SpecInfo. Calculated high resolution molecular masses are included. SciDex (ww. ci-publisher. html) is delivered together with the data.

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Hartmut Laatsch, University of Göttingen. 10 Case study: compound identification Optical rotation value of -270 degree Elemental analysis: nitrogen positiv, no sulfur, no halogen There is a CNMR spectrum with 17 C shifts. com Case study: What are the typical biological sources of Antraquinone derivatives? 6 ww. nterscience. 7. 8 Case study: Compare the biological activity of Penicillin derivatives! 9 ww.

AntiBase: The Natural Compound Identifier. Hartmut Laatsch, April 2017. AntiBase is a comprehensive compilation of natural products featuring properties of more than 43,700 compounds. ISBN 978-3-527-34359-1.

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Antibase 2007 is a comprehensive database of 33,000 natural compounds from micro-organisms and higher fungi. The data in AntiBase have been collected from the primary and secondary literature and then carefully checked and validated. AntiBase includes descriptive data (molecular formula and mass, elemental composition, CAS registry number); physico-chemical data (melting point, optical rotation); spectroscopic data (UV, 13C-NMR, IR and mass spectra); biological data (pharmacological activity, toxicity); information on origin and isolation and a summary of literature sources The total number of occupied database fields is about 400,000. A unique feature of AntiBase is the use of predicted 13C-NMR spectra for those compounds where no measured spectra are available. These spectra have been produced using the spectrum prediction program SpecInfo. Calculated high resolution molecular masses are included Availability: AntiBase 2007 SC is available in the SciDex database format. SciDex (www.lci-publisher.com/scidex.html) is delivered together with the data.