The Pistoia Alliance and Scilligence Corporation are pleased to announce the release of the HELM Web Editor which brings HELM’s industry standard biomolecular representation to the browser, greatly enhancing the deployability of the technology for its adopters.
It is becoming more common for software developers to include APIs that make it easier to provide registration of chemicals and biologics from third-party applications such as electronic lab notebooks (ELNs).
A case study on HELM from GSK and BIOVIA.
The Pistoia Alliance and quattro research GmbH are pleased to announce the release of a major new extension to the HELM notation standard and toolkit. The new functionality enables HELM to support the representation of biomolecules with some structural uncertainty or ambiguity.
A case study on HELM from Pfizer.
A case study on HELM from F. Hoffman La Roche.
The HELM (Hierarchical Editing Language for Macromolecules) 2.0 project has today published an RFI requesting estimates for the creation of a web-based editor.
The Pistoia Alliance HELM project has made two major announcements that help cement the reputation of HELM as the de-facto standard for describing and working with complex macromolecular structures. Firstly, HELM users can now take advantage of free MarvinBeans 5.0 licenses for the HELM toolkit. Secondly, RDKit is now HELM-enabled, making it a valuable addition to the extensive range of open source HELM-enabled tools.
Munich, October 14th, 2015 – The Pistoia Alliance, a global alliance of life science companies, vendors, publishers, and academic groups, …