Leverage the power of the CDD Vault platform by linking to various CDD Vault objects within an ELN entry.
When you insert a chemical structure into an ELN entry, you will see a Molecule Name appear below the structure if it is already registered in your CDD Vault. This Molecule Name provides a direct link from the ELN entry to that Molecule in the CDD Vault Activity and Registration module.
To register a new molecule into your CDD Vault Activity and Registration module from an ELN entry, insert the chemical structure into your ELN entry as usual, then hover over the structure and click the "Register" button that appears.
You will be taken to the "Create a new molecule" page within Activity & Registration. Here, you can fill in the data into your CDD Vault Batch fields and register the Molecule. Once registered, the cross-reference between the Batch/Molecule in Activity & Registration and your ELN entry will be established.
Runs of Protocols
To insert a Protocol Run into an ELN entry, copy the url link to that Run and paste it into your ELN entry. This link will automatically be recognized as a Protocol Run and, by default, the ELN entry will display the name of the Protocol followed by the Run Date as a link within your ELN entry. Additionally, users can rename the link.
Clicking this "Protocol Name - Run Date" link will take you to the All Data tab for the Protocol Run.
Within Activity & Registration, you can see all ELN entries linked to a particular Run by navigating to the Run Details tab. Here, there's a section entitled "Linked Eln Entries"
<Feature Coming Soon> You can also create a new ELN entry directly from an existing Protocol Run by navigating to the All Data tab of your Run. Here, you will see a link to "Create ELN entry".
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To insert a link to a Plate into an ELN entry, copy the url link to that Plate and paste it into your ELN entry. This link will automatically be recognized as a CDD Vault Plate and the ELN entry will display the name of the Plate as a link within your ELN entry.