NewsJanuary 20th, 2017
Unbiased artificial chemical shift data base (UACSB) is available.
UACSB contains theoretical chemical shift distributions of proton resonances. The chemical shifts were predicted by the programs SHIFTS 4.3  and SHIFTX2  from NH3D  unbiased structural database, which was refined by molecular dynamics simultation in explixit water.´
November 15th, 2019
AUREMOL 2.4.2 BETA (Windows) is available for download.
This time limited software version is free of charge (100 days after installation, no additional license required).
Permanent licenses can be obtained from Bruker BioSpin GmbH, License department (email@example.com).
A new standalone version of the Homology Modeling Software Permol+ (Windows) is available for download.
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 Han, Beomsoo; Liu, Yifeng; Ginzinger, Simon W.; Wishart, David S. (2011): SHIFTX2: significantly improved protein chemical shift prediction. In: Journal of Biomolecular NMR 50 (1), S. 43-57.
 Thiruv, B.; Quon, G.; Saldanha, S. A.; Steipe, B. (2005): Nh3D: a reference dataset of non-homologous protein structures. In: BMC structural biology 5, S. 12.
AUREMOL 2.4.2 (Windows)