Author: Daniel Bonniot de Ruisselet

Chemical Annotation of Patents Using INTELLIXIR with ChemAxon

Sep 15, 2016 - Presentation
Questel starts what we expect to be a long time collaboration with ChemAxon, leader in Chemical Structure detection. We present you the first implementation of chemical features in Queste…

Questel partners with ChemAxon

May 24, 2016 - Presentation
A partnership was recently signed between ChemAxon and Questel. The outcome of such partnership has already lead to a new product released this month on the Intellixir platform. With furt…
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Chemical Patent Curation and Management - new tools and capabilities

May 20, 2015 - Poster
Understanding the competitors’ patent portfolios and protecting their own IP are key questions for all life science research companies.
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Indexing chemical names and structures from documents; putting it all together

Sep 26, 2012 - Presentation
Over the past 6 years, ChemAxon has been building a suite of tools to generate, interpret and locate chemical names inside text, PDFs and Office documents. We present the latest improveme…
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Reliably converting names to structures with ChemAxon tools

May 17, 2011 - Presentation
IUPAC, CAS, common, drug names form an important part of the chemical data generally available. We present the major upgrades to our name to structure which have been released in the last…
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Working with IUPAC names using ChemAxon tools

Aug 8, 2008 - Poster
Chemical names constitute a widely used and convenient way to characterize compounds. Historically, useful compounds have been assigned common names, like toluene. Systematic ways to assi…
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Introducing ChemCurator - Chemical Document Curation and Management

Sep 26, 2014 - Presentation
Understanding competitors’ patent portfolios and protecting their own intellectual properties are key questions for pharmaceutical companies.
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Plexus - Connect, Design and Analyze - in a Suite

Sep 25, 2014 - Presentation
Plexus Suite delivers intuitive and easy-to-use cheminformatics solutions to people involved in pharmaceutical research.
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Working with IUPAC names using ChemAxon tools

Aug 21, 2008 - Poster
Chemical names constitute a widely used and convenient way to characterize compounds. Historically, useful compounds have been assigned common names, like toluene. Systematic ways to assi…
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Chemical Patent Curation and Management – New Tools and Capabilities

May 21, 2014 - Presentation
Understanding competitors’ patent portfolios and protecting their own intellectual properties are key questions for pharmaceutical companies. Extracting and analyzing the chemical space…
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Extracting Chemical Information within Documents - from Desktop to Enterprise

Sep 25, 2013 - Presentation
By providing reliable name to structure conversion, Naming has become the backbone of ChemAxon’s chemical text mining tools, such as Document to Structure, JChem for SharePoint and …
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Naming and chemicalize.org

Sep 15, 2010 - Presentation
We will present improvements in our name to structure and structure to name tools. We also demonstrate the extraction of chemical structure from their names occurring in text documents, w…
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IUPAC Naming and chemicalize.org

Sep 16, 2009 - Presentation
A very large number of webpages, patents, text, office and PDF documents contain chemical names, which constitute valuable information. However, since the names are mixed in the text, wit…
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What’s New with Naming

May 29, 2013 - Presentation
ChemAxon’s Naming provides reliable English name and chemical structure conversion. It is the underlying technology utilized in ChemAxon’s chemical text mining tool D2S (Document-to-S…
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Naming

Sep 30, 2015 - Presentation
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 supp…
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Advances in text mining for chemical information: an update on the ChiKEL project.

Sep 26, 2012 - Presentation
Automated name-to-structure software can convert novel systematic names found in free text to chemical structures, enabling comprehensive substructure or similarity searches. Last year we…
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Text mining for chemical information: the ChiKEL project

Sep 28, 2011 - Presentation
As scientific and patent literature expands, we need more efficient ways to find and extract information. Text mining is already being used successfully to analyse sets of documents after…
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