ChemStack from iChemLabs Makes Building Intelligent Chemical Systems Effortless
SOMERSET, NJ: The makers of ChemDoodle chemical drawing software, iChemLabs, announce ChemStack, a comprehensive solution for delivering intelligent chemical systems. Building on the success of ChemDoodle Desktop, ChemDoodle Mobile and ChemDoodle Web Components, ChemStack enables a new generation of chemical software, with unparalleled features, speed, customization, integration and deployment options.
iChemLabs have been providing rich, flexible and user friendly tools to the scientific community for drawing chemical structures integrated with a suite of powerful cheminformatics tools. Adding to this is the latest solution, which includes all inclusive tool set required for making intelligent chemical systems, with a focus on chemical search systems. ChemStack simplifies the whole process of displaying complex chemical information and data structures to fully represent information, from basic atom and bond connection tables to complex chemical details including aromaticity and stereochemistry.
Rudy Potenzone, Chief Business Officer of iChemLabs says, “With ChemStack, we are completing our suite of offerings by significantly expanding our tools with a rich chemical search and retrieval system in an all inclusive enterprise solution.”
Users can leverage the built in database or integrate with a legacy database. HTML5 interfaces can quickly be built to allow for exact compound, substructure or a selection of similarity search options. It has an intutive user friendly query interfaces for executing sophisticated searches. The queries can be set up in the Sketcher on a web page, through desktop or iOS or Android mobile devicews. It comes with rapid retrieval rates allowing users to explore stored data and quickly find compounds of interest.
With the ChemStack interface users can easily enable: a sketcher to draw molecules; viewers to display molecules; components to display and interact with spectra; 3D graphics engines to investigate 3D structures and text based input for IUPAC names and queries