MObile REagents (MORE) is a mobile app that gives you access to over 6 million molecules and over 17 million product variations offered by more than 55 chemical suppliers. Currently, it is available for all Apple mobile iOS devices and now Android devices.
MObile REagents is developed by Eidogen-Sertanty Inc., Oceanside, CA
 Technical Details
Searching in MObileREagents
MObile REagents interface supports searches by ID, keyword, CAS#, exact/partial name or formula as well as more complex, chemical structure searches.
When searching by structure, users can start from either drawing or editing a chemical fragment of interest or from a snapshot taken from a book or a publication using the camera of their smart phone or tablet. MObile REagents structure searching functionality supports substructure, similarity and super-similariity searches. Once in the result page, users can drill into more information related to the offering of a specific supplier and open the supplier website for ordering or more details. Additional features include Bookmarking, List handling, Preferred Suppliers, export to - and search by SDFiles as well as interoperability with email and other applications such as iKinasePro, iProtein. Reaction101, Yield101 and MolPrime
MObile REagents - gives users the option to choose between two different chemical structure editors: OLN JSDraw- a web-based, Java Script molecular editor/viewer initially developed by Chemene and now distributed by Scilligence Inc./- and Mobile Molecular Datasheet - a native application developed by Molecular Materials Informatics Inc. and only more recently embedded in Mobile Reagents. It is possible to test drive MObile REagents structure search functionality on the application website www.mobilereagents.com
Optical Structure Recognition
To search by structure, users can start from a snapshot of a chemical structure taken from a publication using their camera phone. Mobile Reagents converts the picture into a structurally searchable molecule using OSRA (Optical Structure Recognition Application - developed by Igor Filipinov - NIH). Once converted, users can further refine the chemical fragment using the chemical editor before submitting the structural query.
In MObile REagents, structures can be exported to external files and accessed from the device built-in applications, other commercial applications or from other MObile REagents users. Currently, single structures can be emailed as MOL or SMILES attachment while list of structures can be emailed as an SDFile attachment. (To ] Molecular filetypes used by Mobile REagents are recognized within incoming email attachments, and can be downloaded on the device.
Mobile Reagents also interoperates with other applications running on Apple mobile devices such as iKinasePro, iProtein, Reaction101, Yield101 and MolPrime.to supports workflow integration. iProtein and iKinasePro users e,g,, can check the commercial availability of ligands directly in Mobile Reagents by pressing-holding on a hit structure after a search; Reaction101 and Yield101 apps e.g, can access Mobile Reagents directly from their interfaces to retrieve structures of reaction components or get information about their commercial availability.
 What's new
- Updated supplier content
- Direct chemical product ordering and/or wish list creation for suppliers with a stock-room icon next to their star-rating
- CAS number searching
- Improved, easier to use molecule editor
Open molecules in other apps
Vendor product detai
Direct chemical product ordering and/or wish list creation
 Licensing & Availability
- Eidogen-Sertanty, Inc.
- MObile REagents Website
- MObile REagents Videos
- MObile REagents Interoperability examples
- Molecular Materials Informatics, Inc.
- Scilligence, Inc.
- Optical Structure Recognition Application (OSRA)
- MObile REagents for the iPhone
- MObile REagents for the iPad
- Mobile Molecular DataSheet and MObile REagents
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