Synapse generates candidate chemicals by assembling a given set of groups in all possible combinations. The limits on the total number of groups to use and the total number of rings that may occur in these generated molecular structures are specified in the Design Parameters Section.
|The minimum total number of groups that can be used to form candidate chemicals.
|The maximum total number of groups that can be used to form candidate chemicals.
|The minimum number of rings that must occur in every candidate chemical.
|The maximum number of rings that may occur in every candidate chemical.
Each design parameter is an integer greater than or equal to zero. All parameters are editing in the same manner.
Clicking the right mouse button within any of the section's field edit controls activates the field's commands menu.
The menu's commands enable you to edit, copy, cut and paste values to and from the edit control. See Common Menu Commands for documentation on these commands.
|Getting Started using Synapse
|provides a quick tour of Synapse's capabilities including examples of chemical product design.
|Designing Chemical Products
|a short video demonstrating how to use Synapse to design candidate chemicals that satisfy a set of physical property and molecular structure constraints.