Author: Christopher Southan

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Synergies between ChemAxon's chemicalize and other open resources to extract structures from patents, discern SAR, and find intersects or similarities in PubChem.

May 23, 2012 - Presentation
Evaluation of chemicalize.org indicates it not only complements and benchmarks commercial patent databases but also for academic groups interested in interrogating only small sections of …

Extracting and connecting chemical structures from text sources using chemicalize.org

Apr 23, 2013 - Publication
Background Exploring bioactive chemistry requires navigating between structures and data from a variety of text-based sources. While PubChem currently includes approximately 16 million do…
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Chemicalize.org, SureChemOpen, PubChem and the InChIKey: A heavenly conjunction with transformative utility

May 29, 2013 - Presentation
The ChemAxon Name to Structure functionality is not only a component of the SureChem patent extraction pipeline but also powers chemicalize.org. Both operations are now submitting source…
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From Famine To Feast: The Patent Chemistry ‘Big Bang’ In Pubchem

May 28, 2013 - Poster
Within only a couple of years the number of patent-extracted structures in PubChem has gone from 2 up to 14.5 million. The major sources, in order of addition, are Thomson Pharma, IBM, SC…
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Chemicalize.org: A uniquely user-selected PubChem source of structures extracted from text

May 28, 2013 - Poster
The chemicalize.org open web application recognizes different types of chemical names in any text source and converts them into structures (the example of a new Wikipedia antimalarial lEL…