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ChemAxon Launches JChem for Excel
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ChemAxon Launches JChem for Excel

ChemAxon Launches JChem for Excel
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ChemAxon Launches JChem for Excel


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ChemAxon has announced the launch of JChem for Excel. The add-in for Microsoft Excel® brings all of the capabilities and performance of the JChem and Marvin platform to Excel® users. The product will be introduced at a free webinar on July 21st and Workshop at the US UGM, September 15-16, San Diego, CA.

Marvin & JChem is a software suite used throughout life science research for working with chemistry and chemical structures. Marvin let's users draw and visualize structures and reactions, JChem is used for structure management and search, structure based prediction, library enumeration and library profiling.

Although only version 1, JChem for Excel already has advanced integration including; full support for structures (view, edit, search, order and manage), import/export a wide range of chemical file types or access remote databases, populating cells with structure based prediction results and R-group decomposition.

Speaking at the launch, Alex Drijver, CEO of ChemAxon commented "This is a game changing product, with Instant JChem desktop application already established and now JChem for Excel, we are well positioned to solve problems across the range; from end users on the desktop to system architects developing platforms."

JChem for Excel will be introduced and demonstrated at a free public webinar on July 21st at 11:00 AM EDT. To participate please register at this link: https://www2.gotomeeting.com/register/808831642.

JChem for Excel will also be demonstrated at ChemAxon's US User Group Meeting on September 15-16, San Diego, CA. To find out more see: http://www.chemaxon.com/UGM/09/US/index.html.
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