a reliable chemical name conversion and mining engine
ChemAxon offers a powerful naming engine that can convert chemical and biochemical structures and names in various formats bi-directionally. In addition to IUPAC and traditional name support, it also recognizes common names and CAS registry numbers. It can reference a local user customizable dictionary or a webservice to convert corporate IDs, or arbitrary texts to structures. Starting with version 5.12 it can also recognize Chinese names.Download in Marvin
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Reliable chemical name conversion
Structure to Name Conversion – IUPAC, common names
Naming allows the user to generate an IUPAC name from a structure according to the latest IUPAC conventions. In addition, traditional names can also be generated if applicable. Radicals, natural products, or peptide sequences are also supported.
Name to Structure Conversion – IUPAC, common names, CAS
- IUPAC name (English and Chinese)
- Systematic names
- Common names
- Drug commercial names
- CAS name
- CAS registry number (via a public webservice)
Chinese Name Conversion
To accommodate the fast growing scientific literature in Chinese language, ChemAxon has released Chinese Name to Structure (CN2S) conversion tool. It is not only an enhancement to our Naming engine, but also to other products (e.g. Document to Structure) powered by Naming.
With CN2S, extracting chemical information from Chinese literature is now achievable.
User Customizable Dictionary
Have a list of obscure common names not in our dictionary? Or want to convert corporate compound IDs to structures? No problem. Naming supports User Customizable dictionary import. SMILES and customized texts can be stored in a local file, and Naming can reference this information for the conversion. Starting with version 5.12, Naming can also call a webservice for customized conversions.
Use Naming with Other Products
Naming in MarvinSketch
In the Sketching Tool MarvinSketch, IUPAC names can be interactively generated and displayed on the canvas. Both IUPAC and traditional names can also be generated and visualized in a separate window.
Batch Conversion of Chemical Names
Batch conversion of a large collection of structures to names or names to structures can be achieved in various ways. In all cases, all formats supported by Marvin are acceptable as input.
Names and structures can be automatically generated into columns in Instant JChem and JChem for Excel. Our SharePoint add-on, JChem for SharePoint, also uses Naming to index chemical information from SharePoint documents.
In an Oracle database, names and structures can be automatically converted using JChem Cartridge. The Naming engine can also be applied via the Marvin API in customized applications.
Within Workflow Tools:
Naming is available for workflow tools, such as Pipeline Pilot and KNIME
Within Our Partners’ Applications:
Naming has been implemented into our partners’ applications. For example, Linguamatics and ChemAxon have been working together in the ChiKEL project to enhance text mining in chemistry.
Document to Structure and Chemicalize — text mining for chemistry
Extract Chemistry from Documents
Powered by Naming, Document to Structure (D2S) is a versatile application to extract different types of chemical information from documents in various formats (PDF, PPT, Doc, Xls, Txt, HTML, etc.). D2S also applies text OCR and image OSR technologies to extract information from non-searchable PDF documents. Once the structure is converted, the location of that structure is also returned. All these features make D2S an excellent choice for text mining, patent analysis and internal document management.
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Development sponsored by EUREKA’s Eurostars Programme
chemicalize.org – find chemical structures on the web
We offer the functionalities in Document to Structure as a free public tool called chemicalize.org, to extract chemical information from webpages and documents. Chemicalize’s Webpage Viewer allows viewing of any webpage with all recognized chemical information highlighted and 2D structure images shown when moused over. All structures are summarized on the top of the page, and can be downloaded. The Document Viewer brings the same capabilities to PDF files: view them in your browser and see all recognized structures in the text.
For more information please visit www.chemicalize.org