Eduard R. Martirosian

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A software program for the automated structure elucidation of complex organic molecules using an expert system and utilizing 2D homo- and heteronuclear correlation 1H, 13C and 15N NMR spectroscopy is described. The methodology is illustrated on the basis of the automated structure determination of strychnine and some other examples.
Described herein are applications of the latest version of the StrucEluc expert software system, enhanced to use 2D NMR data, to the structure elucidation of 60 recently isolated natural products. In this study, selected molecules containing between 15 and 65 skeletal atoms and having molecular masses ranging from 200 to 900 amu have been investigated. The(More)
StrucEluc is an expert system that allows the computer-assisted elucidation of chemical structures based on the inputs of a series of spectral data including 1D and 2D NMR and mass spectra. The system has been enabled to allow a chemist to utilize fragments stored in a fragment database as well as user-defined fragments submitted by the chemist in the(More)
The elucidation of chemical structures from 2D NMR data commonly utilizes a combination of COSY, HMQC/HSQC, and HMBC data. Generally COSY connectivities are assumed to mostly describe the separation of protons that are separated by 1 skeletal bond (3JHH), while HMBC connectivities represent protons separated from carbon atoms by 1 to 2 skeletal bonds (2JCH(More)
This paper considers the strategy of the StrucEluc expert system application for structure elucidation of new natural products when there is a lack of connectivity information that is characteristic of proton-deficient molecules. It is shown that in this case, a database search for fragments using a 13 C NMR spectrum as input allows an investigator to fill(More)
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