ChemOffice – What's New in ChemOffice+ Cloud 20

New in ChemOffice+ Cloud

Neu in ChemOffice+ Cloud

ChemOffice+ Cloud

The new Cloud application designed to facilitate the communication of Chemistry. ChemOffice+ lets you browse, extract and re-use ChemDraw documents embedded inside MS Office documents. Create lists of compounds, edit chemical structures and annotate them easily. Export collections as Powerpoint Slides in one click or as an SD File.

ChemOffice+ Cloud: Browse documents for ChemDraw structures

Google Patents und Google Scholar Add-In

Select molecules and get immediate insight into their potential applications. The Google Patents/Google Scholar add-in will initiate an exact or substructure search into Google Patents and/or Google Scholar.

ChemOffice+ Cloud: Search vor molecules in Google Patents and Google Scholar

3D Clean-up and Structure Perspective

A new 3D clean-up function will generate 3D confirmations of structures from 2D representations, to generate realistic 3D renderings in just a few clicks.

ChemOffice+ Cloud: 3D structures with one click

Atom/Bond highlighting

Complementary to the version 19.0 Ring Fill coloring, atoms, labels and bonds can highlighted with a specific color to facilitate communication and audience focus.

ChemOffice+ Cloud: Atom/Bond highlighting

New Atom Hotkeys and new Molecule Hotkey

A new Molecule hotkey "Enter" is available to switch from a selected molecule to hotspot molecule editing. "k" now creates a sulfone group, "Shift+k" on primary carbon gives a tert-butyl group with 90° angles and on secondary carbons a wedged/hashed-wedged gem-dimethyl group. "Shift+o" creates a "OMe" group, and "Shift+e" a "CO2Me". Upon 1st launch of ChemDraw 20.0, a comprehensive hotkey cheat sheet will be presented to the user.

ChemOffice+ Cloud: New Atom Hotkeys for sulfone groups

What's New in ChemOffice Professional 19

Implementation of PubChem Laboratory Chemical Safety Summary (LCSS)

Taking advantage of the recent implementation of the add-in architecture in ChemDraw, ChemOffice users can now select a chemical structure or a chemical name in ChemDraw and retrieve GHS information (pictograms, H and P phrases) coming from the PubChem Laboratory Chemical Safety Sheet (LCSS). H and P phrases from multiple regulatory agency sources can be copied to the clipboard. ChemOffice Professional 19: PubChem Laboratory Chemical Safety Summary (LCSS)

New coloring options

ChemOffice Professional 19: New coloring options

As one of the market-leading tools for the communication of Chemistry, ChemOffice Professional 19 now offers the unique possibility to add color inside any carbon cycle, thus enabling clearer communication of ideas and concepts by directing the focus of a reader or an audience to a given part of a chemical structure.

ChemOffice Professional 19: New coloring options

Large chemical library enumeration

ChemOffice Professional 19: Large chemical library enumeration

ChemOffice Professional 19 removes the previously existing upper limit to the number of structures generated from a generic structure enumeration. It is now possible to enumerate directly to an SD File, without a limit to the number of molecules contained therein.

ChemOffice Professional 19: Large chemical library enumeration

New SciFindern Interface

SciFinder n

SciFindern users are now able to initiate a search in the latest version of SciFindern directly from the canvas in ChemOffice. A proxy option is available for organizations that have their own instance of SciFindern.

Smart Polymer Brackets

New brackets are now available in ChemOffice Professional 19 to better serve polymer chemists, allowing them to define Average Molecular Weight values for a chemical structure between brackets for easier stoichiometry calculations.

ChemOffice Professional 19: Smart Polymer Brackets

More Hotkeys

One of the most user-favorited feature and a major reason to upgrade from older versions of ChemOffice keeps on getting better in Version 19. Commonly used protecting or functional groups in all branches of Chemistry like "Fmoc", "Boc", "Cbz", "MgBr", "N3" or "COOH" and "NO2" are now conveniently available in one single key press.

ChemOffice Professional 19: New Hotkeys

New in ChemOffice 18

ChemDraw/® Reaxys® Integration

PerkinElmer and Elsevier have established a partnership to provide you with new and unique ways to improve your Research productivity. It is now possible to draw a molecule or a reaction in ChemDraw, and initiate a structure search into Reaxys. You can also choose to use ChemDraw JS as a drawing editor when you use the online Reaxys website. The access to Reaxys must be acquired additionally.

ChemACX Explorer 

Thanks to the new add-in architecture in ChemDraw, you can now explore chemical properties or supplier information for a given molecule by looking up and retrieving information directly from ChemACX.com, PerkinElmer's database of over 10M commercially available compounds, and quickly paste structures back into the canvas. This feature is also available through Signals Notebook Individual Edition.

Shared libraries of monomers

If you are into HELM notation (for peptides, nucleic acids, ADCs etc.) you now have the possibility to connect to different libraries of monomers and manage and curate the content of those libraries. One of the default libraries available ("PerkinElmer") is the public library from monomer.org.

New in ChemOffice Professional 17

Hotkeys Enhancements

The hotkeys and reaction shortcut enhancements will improve your user experience with ChemDraw 17 by cutting down drastically the amount of time needed to draw complex molecules and reactions to a sequence of key strokes. It is also now possible to switch between the different tools without relying on timeconsuming back and forth movements with the mouse. With the new hotkey enhancements you will spend far less time on drawing your reactions and much more time focusing on your research!

  • Dramatically reduce the time needed to draw your molecules with smartly designed hotkeys.
  • Draw your molecules and reactions without having to rely on back and forth gestures with the mouse.
  • The new hotspot visualization system allows you to see the active atom or bond, which can be moved with keyboard arrows.
  • Switch between tools by simply pressing on designated keyboard keys.
  • New reaction shortcut allows you to draw a sequence of reactions in no time, extending automatically the length and width of the page as you draw.

Support for Hierarchical Editing Language for Macromolecules (HELM)

Today's chemists are eager to turn customized biopolymeric sequences into novel compounds – and ChemDraw 17 gives you the tools and the language to do it. ChemDraw now features support HELM notation, the Pistoia Alliance's emerging global standard for representing and sharing complex molecular types ranging from natural or unnatural peptide or nucleic acid sequences.

  • Import, draw, edit and export complex biomolecular structures, containing natural or custom and unnatural monomers by selecting from a comprehensive list of peptides, nucleic acids or chemical protecting groups or via HELM strings.
  • Paste a HELM text string into a fully chemically-interpreted HELM sequence that can be expanded and contracted as per your display needs.
  • Easily search for specific monomers using the HELM toolbar filtering capabilities, through type-ahead filtering and, of course, structure search.
  • Define and store your own custom monomers to be used into your HELM sequences.

Advanced Document Tagging

Easily add custom-defined metadata fields to your ChemDraw 17 documents to allow you for an easier retrieval of information.

Seamless Integration with PerkinElmer Signals™ Notebook

Enjoy free accounts to PerkinElmer Signals™ Notebook, PerkinElmer's powerful web-based Electronic Lab Notebook. You can enjoy seamless workflows between both tools including browsing and working with any ChemDraw file in PerkinElmer Signals™ Notebook by opening or simply copying/pasting. Document, track and search for your experiments easily with PerkinElmer Signals™ Notebook.

Access to MestreLab Mnova ChemDraw Edition

Load, process and analyze 1D NMR and LC/GC/MS data directly on your desktop with data coming from all NMR and many MS vendors.

High resolution monitor support for Microsoft® Windows®

ChemDraw 17 now supports high resolution (4K) monitor display for Windows®.

New in ChemOffice Professional 16

ChemDraw Cloud

ChemDraw Cloud, one of the most exciting additions to the ChemDraw® suite, will transform the way you visualize your research and create publication-ready, scientifically intelligent drawings. Accessible through any web browser, you can easily import or export your ChemDraw files, enjoy your favorite drawing features, and even share your designs with colleagues in a single click!

Available for ChemDraw Professional and ChemOffice® Professional.

  • No software installation required on the user¹s workstation
  • All editing/viewing/managing of ChemDraw documents is done in a web browser (including tablet and mobile devices)
  • Users can access ChemDraw documents from any computer with an Internet connection
  • All documents are stored, encrypted, and backed-up on ChemDraw Cloud servers
  • Documents can be exported or printed with publication-quality output
  • Documents stored in ChemDraw Cloud can be directly accessed/ used from ChemDraw desktop ChemDraw E-Notebook
  • Documents stored in ChemDraw Cloud can be shared with other platform users without distributing/emailing copies

Seamless Integration with ChemDraw E-Notebook

Available for ChemOffice Professional.

  • Enjoy free accounts to ChemDraw E-Notebook, our powerful new web based Electronic Lab Notebook. You can enjoy seamless workflows between both tools including browsing and working with any ChemDraw file in either your ChemDraw E-Notebook or ChemDraw itself.

Enhanced Retrosynthesis Tool

Available for ChemDraw Professional and ChemOffice Professional.

  • Perform enhanced retrosynthesis analyses on molecules to identify the reactions that are required to create a bond or set of bonds emanating from a single atom.

Expanded Mac Platform Support and Application Capabilities

ChemDraw 16 for Mac is 6x faster than previous versions and includes features such as: auto-save and versioning, an improved UI, Unicode support, Improved text rendering including for subscript characters and atom labels. What's more, ChemDraw 16 for Mac offers improved multi-monitor and Retina (high DPI) display support.

Expanding Windows Platform support

ChemDraw 16 now supports Microsoft® Office 2016 support on Windows including Windows 10.

Expanded Application Capabilities

ChemDraw 16 now supports MOPAC 2016 plus enhanced Stereochemistry and Stereochemical flags support

New in ChemOffice Professional 15.1

Seamless Integration with Elements | The ChemDraw ELN

  • Browse and open any ChemDraw file you have in your Elements Notebook directly from ChemDraw and when you're done - save your updated drawing back to your Elements notebook.
  • Browse and open any ChemDraw file you have in your Elements Notebook directly from ChemDraw and when you're done - save your updated drawing back to your Elements notebook.

Expanded Name-to-Structure Library

This feature has now been expanded to include search and matching capabilities for top pharmaceutical products as well as search for using acronyms though ChemACX. In addition, users can also add names for structures into the library that we will be used by the name to structure engine for future searches

Reaction auto numbering

Users can now create entire schemes of transformations and have ChemDraw apply structure recognition tools to determine unique and repeated structures. From here, ChemDraw will add numbers to the structures so the user does not have to.

Platform specific improvements

  • File thumbnail preview in directories/folders
  • Full support for Win10 and Office 365

New in ChemOffice Professional 15

With the release of version 15, the product range has been simplified. Migration from early versions can be accomplished according to the following table:

Old product name New product name
ChemBioOffice Ultra ChemOffice Professional
ChemBio3D Ultra ChemOffice Professional
ChemBioDraw Ultra ChemDraw Professional
ChemDraw Pro ChemDraw Prime oder Professional
ChemDraw Std ChemDraw Prime
ChemDraw Plugin Pro ChemDrawPrime
ChemScript ChemDraw Professional

The new features and improvements include:

  • Mac ChemDraw supports Retina Display
  • Mac ChemDraw foundation technology has been substantially updated
  • Improved handling of brackets in biopolymers to allow for repeat units
  • Copy/Paste v3000 molfiles and incorporate in SDfiles for handling advanced stereochemistry
  • Updated Chem3D interfaces, including MOPAC 2012
  • ChemDraw ActiveX 15 is compatible with
    • Desktop ELN 13
    • Lead Discovery 6.0.2
    • ChemBioOffice Enterprise 12.6
    • E-Notebook 12 through 13.4 (2014 R3)
  • Substantial number of Bug fixes
  • Platform Compatibility:
    • ChemOffice and ChemDraw 15 are compatible with Windows® 7 and 8.1 (32 and 64 bit) and Microsoft® Office 2010 and 2013 (32 bit);
    • ChemDraw 15 is also compatible with Mac OS® 10.9 (Mavericks) and 10.10 (Yosemite).
    • Version 15 can coexist and operate on the same machine as version 14.

New in ChemOffice Pro 13

The following are highlights of the features in ChemOffice Pro 13.0.

ChemBioDraw® - Scientifically Intelligent Drawing Tools

  • Biopolymer toolbar with disulfide and lactam bridges, beta and D-amino acids, DNA, RNA,protecting groups and linkers
  • Paste peptide, DNA and RNA sequences and have them interpreted chemically with sequence wrapping and shaping
  • New Gel Electrophoresis Plate Tool provides arbitrary rotation for lane labels, drag and position band labels, paste data from Excel or other sources, and copy and paste between lanes
  • Calculators for pKa, LogD and LogS enable scientists to explore important bioavailability properties such acid dissociation, distribution and aqueous solubility for putative compounds
  • Collaboration is easier than ever as scientists can now use Dropbox to save , share and import ChemBioDraw structures, reactions and drawings using a secure, sharable Cloud location

ChemBio3D® - Molecular Graphics and Computational Methods

  • Use ChemBio3D to set up Autodock runs to dock flexible ligands into receptors of known 3D shape and compare the goodness of fit
  • Set up CONFLEX® runs to quickly explore conformational space and identify minimum energy conformations for small and large molecules
  • Collaboration is easier than ever as scientists can now use Dropbox to save , share and import ChemBio3D models using a secure, sharable Cloud location

ChemBioFinder™ - Database Management and Search

  • A chemically and biologically intelligent database manager and search engine
  • Cluster analysis helps scientists discover similarities within sets of compounds and properties.

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