- UNIFI scientific libraries are repositories of information pertaining to Components (chemical compounds or biomolecules, including proteins, peptides, glycans, and oligonucleotides). They compile analytical data such as elemental composition, chemical structures (based on MOL files) or amino acid sequences, masses of fragment ions, retention times, collisional cross-section values, spectra, and references.
- The UNIFI Scientific Library includes two types of libraries:
- Master libraries, provided with UNIFI software, can be copied but not modified nor deleted.
- Custom libraries that can be created, modified, or deleted. Your role must include the Scientific Library permission.
- To access the functionalities of the scientific libraries, look for the Scientific Library area under Administration.
Note that in waters_connect, scientific libraries are accessible in the Administration area of waters_connect and not in UNIFI´s administration.
This article is part of a series of articles on UNIFI scientific libraries (How to build and manage a scientific library in UNIFI - WKB190999) and can also be found with the following link: Advanced UNIFI: Scientific Library building and managing (715007127).
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