Neil Bennett and Alex Cadwallader of Leonard Curtis Business Solution Group were appointed Joint Administrators of Adept Scientific Limited (“the Company”) on 4 November 2014.

The affairs, business and property of the Company are being managed by the Joint Administrators, who act as agents of the Company without personal liability.

If you are interested in purchasing the business and assets of the Company, please contact Tony Poole or Kay Porter, AgentCite Limited, on 01277 312121.

If you have any questions regarding the Administration, please contact Samuel Wood at recovery@leonardcurtis.co.uk.

ChemBioDraw

ChemBioDraw is the drawing tool of choice for chemists and biologists to create publication-ready, scientifically intelligent drawings for use in ELNs, databases and publications and for querying chemical databases.

  • Scientists can quickly, effectively and accurately communicate research and ideas using an extensive set of biological templates and drawing objects to create compelling illustrations of cells and pathways, including live chemical objects as needed
  • Chemists can use ChemBioDraw to draw and submit chemical compound and reaction searches direct to SciFinder, with no more time-consuming cutting and pasting.
  • A single drawing solution that both chemists and biologists can trust to accurately handle and represent organic, organometallic and polymeric and biopolymer materials (including amino acids, peptides and DNA and RNA sequences) and to deal with advanced forms of stereochemistry.
  • Scientists save time and increase data accuracy by using ChemBioDraw to predict properties, generate spectra, construct correct IUPAC names, and calculate reaction stoichiometry.
  • Find compounds (structures) of interest more quickly and accurately no matter the type of chemistry/type of structure. Better results from searches and less time spent searching creates more time for science.
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Figure 1: Accurately handle and represent biopolymer materials (including amino acids, peptides and DNA and RNA sequences)

ChemBioDraw is the world’s leading scientific drawing program. Hundreds of thousands of users benefit from its ease of use, high quality output, robust chemical intelligence, rich set of biological tools and integration in the ChemOffice suite and with many third party products.

ChemBioDraw includes optional versions of STATISTICA Base for more detailed numerical analysis and MNova Lite for quick processing of NMR spectra right from the chemist’s desktop. It also includes a chemical scripting language ChemScript for automating structure-related processes and linking to other applications.

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Figure 2: Use an extensive set of templates and drawing objects to create compelling illustrations.

ChemBioDraw provides chemists and biologists with a rich set of easy to use tools for creating publication ready, scientifically meaningful drawings of molecules, reactions and biological entities and pathways and for generating associated properties, systematic names and spectra.

ChemBioDraw Ultra 14.0

The ChemBioDraw® Ultra 14.0 suite provides scientists with an up to date collection of scientifically intelligent applications for chemical structure drawing and analysis combined with biological pathway drawing.

(W = Windows Only)

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