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Mestrelab Research Mnova 12.0

Mestrelab Research Mnova 12.0
Mestrelab Research Mnova 12.0

Mestrelab Research S.L., developer and distributer scientific and laboratory informatics software, with a strong focus on research and development, has announced the release of Mnova 12.0, is the latest Nuclear Magnetic Resonance and LC/GC/MS data processing, visualization, simulation, prediction, presentation and analysis software package available on the market.

What’s new in Mnova 12:

- New User Interface control – Ribbon Menu
- 64-bit version is finally available!
- qGSD: Taking qNMR to its limits
- SMA: New features
Three new Products.
– Structure Elucidation: From NMR data to structure elucidation in a simple workflow
– Mnova Binding: Chemical Shift Perturbation analysis (CSP) for fragment-based drug discovery
– Mnova IUPAC Name: Names can be generated for drawn structures

Mestrelab Research Mnova Mnova is the natural evolution of our very popular application MestReC. However, it is more than a new version of MestReC. Whilst including all the NMR processing and analysis functionality present in MestReC, it is a completely new development and a completely new concept which will open up a whole new range of possibilities when storing and sharing data within organizations, changing the way in which scientists process and report NMR and LC/GC/MS data. Mnova has been designed to make NMR and LC/GC/MS both more convenient and more powerful, and to give the user improved results with minimum effort.

The program provides a variety of conversion facilities for most NMR and LC/GC/MS spectrometer and chromatogram formats and includes all the conventional processing, displaying, and plotting capabilities of an NMR program, as well as more advanced processing techniques with a very user friendly graphical interface.

Mestrelab Research S.L. Mestrelab Research S.L. is a leading software developer, based in Spain and founded in 2004 as a spin-off of the University of Santiago de Compostela. The company's mission is to develop software solutions which become the universal processing and analysis interface between analytical instrumentation and chemists.

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