Author: Christopher Southan

southan, 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 Both operations are now submitting source…

Extracting and connecting chemical structures from text sources using

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…

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 indicates it not only complements and benchmarks commercial patent databases but also for academic groups interested in interrogating only small sections of …
tw2chemaxon A uniquely user-selected PubChem source of structures extracted from text

May 28, 2013 - Poster
The 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…

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…