A Pilot Study For Fragment Identification Using 2D NMR and Deep Learning
This paper presents a proof of concept of a method to identify substructures in 2D NMR spectra of mixtures using a bespoke image-based Convolutional Neural Network application. This is done using HSQC and HMBC spectra separately and in combination. The application can reliably detect substructures in pure compounds, using a simple network. Results indicate that it can work for mixtures when trained on pure compounds only. HMBC data and the combination of HMBC and HSQC show better results than HSQC alone in this pilot study.
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Citation : Kuhn, S., Tumer, E., Colreavy-Donnelly, S., Borges, R.M. (2021) A Pilot Study For Fragment Identification Using 2D NMR and Deep Learning. Magnetic Resonance in Chemistry,
ISSN : 0749-1581
Research Institute : Cyber Technology Institute (CTI)
Peer Reviewed : Yes