By Michael E. Swartz
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C) A computer-simulated spectrum of library H-Xxx-Xxx-Xxx-Cys-OH where Xxx can be any one of the naturally occurring amino acids with the exception of Cys and Trp. (Reprinted from Ref. ) Use of Mass Spectrometry 43 D. Predicting Mass Spectra of Combinatorial Libraries Steinbeck et al. (97) have used a computer generated system to predict the diversity of combinatorial libraries. Using their MASP program, they were able to create libraries with ideal peak overlap in their mass spectra. The program can be employed to optimize and adjust the synthetic process for the creation of true libraries by choosing certain building blocks for the generation of an ideal mass envelope.
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The number of possible structures may run into the millions or billions of compounds, thus requiring efficient structure Introduction 23 searching, generation, and display. From the virtual library, the chemist will select (perhaps using automated methods) the targets that will actually be synthesized and become part of the real library. This target list will then lead to a list of reagents needed for the synthesis. Reagents will need to be ordered from outside vendors or acquired internally. Since most automated synthesis apparatus handle reagents in solution, reagents will then have to be weighed and diluted with appropriate solvents to produce reagent solutions of standard concentration.
Analytical Techniques in Combinatorial Chemistry by Michael E. Swartz