PRESS RELEASE

VnmrJ 3.2

Agilent Technologies has released VnmrJ 3.2, the latest version of its software for nuclear magnetic spectroscopy.

With the release of VnmrJ 3.2, Agilent now offers a data station version that runs on Windows and Mac OS in addition to Linux. This enables users to analyse NMR data anywhere in off-line mode rather than be tethered to the instrument’s data system to produce results or learn the system.

A simplified sample-centric workflow interface lets users easily design experiments as simple or complex as needed. Also new is seamless integration with NMR Pipe, the popular plug-in for analyzing proteins and other large biomolecules.

VnmrJ 3.2 supports a wide range of Agilent and Varian NMR systems and accessories. This includes small molecules in-solution, static and spinning solid-state spectroscopy, protein and nucleic-acid solutions, solid-state biological samples, tissues, beads, gels, LC/NMR/MS and imaging.

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