Institution: Biochemfusion

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Interfacing to JChem for Excel

May 15, 2010 - Presentation
Molecules are typically represented in very different ways that depend on molecular size: Proteins are described as sequences (e.g. FASTA or UniProt files) and small molecules as atom-bon…
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Sequence or structure - ”You say tomaytoe, I say tomahto”

May 29, 2013 - Presentation
Biochemfusion’s Proteax for Spreadsheets Excel add-in brings protein chemistry functionality to Excel. With version 2.0 of Proteax for Spreadsheets users can now choose to edit pept…
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Hall of mirrors - Reflections on protein registration

May 20, 2014 - Presentation
Biochemfusion’s Proteax toolkit is being used by pharma companies to easily generate chemical structures from sequence via Excel. This year, Biochemfusion is presenting its new biol…
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Marvin and JChem + Proteax

May 17, 2011 - Presentation
Biochemfusion’s Proteax toolkit lets you work with protein sequence data in a chemically meaningful way. By supporting post-translational and chemical modifications Proteax can switch b…
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Macromolecules in microseconds

May 19, 2015 - Presentation
Biochemfusion will show its registration system that spans small molecules to large macromolecules. Direct Excel integration and interfaces to well-known ChemAxon tools makes the registra…
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Product overview

May 19, 2010 - Poster
Biochemfusion’s Proteax toolkit lets you work with sequence data in a chemically meaningful way. By supporting post-translational and chemical modifications Proteax can switch betwe…

Macromolecule registration and analysis

May 24, 2016 -
Learn how Biochemfusion’s Proteax software suite makes it easy to work with macromolecules; in databases, in Excel and in custom applications. Macromolecule data is easily transferr…