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Unique identifier OMICS_10794
Restrictions to use None
Maintained Yes


  • person_outline Igor Jurisica

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Caveat Usor: Assessing Differences between Major Chemistry Databases

PMCID: 5900829
PMID: 29451740
DOI: 10.1002/cmdc.201700724

[…] oted here. It is useful to be able to read off the explicit uniqueness within PC internally by simply adding “1[DepositorCount]” to source selects. For example, the automated patent extraction source SCRIPDB has 4.0 million CIDs, of which 0.48 million are only from that source. In the case of Collaborative Drug Discovery, 0.87 million of their 1.40 million are unique. As one of the smaller sources […]


Technical implications of new IUPAC elements in cheminformatics

J Cheminform
PMCID: 5307489
PMID: 28286573
DOI: 10.1186/s13321-017-0196-0

[…] instead of the intended p-acetyl structure demonstrate this. The error here was propagated from the original substance submissions: a deprecated ChemSpider [] entry, and patent sketches extracted by SCRIPDB [].Software for sketching chemical diagrams often allow the input of contracted abbreviations. ChemDraw 15 interprets all Ac labels as Acetyl and it is impossible to add an Actinium atom to a […]


InChI in the wild: an assessment of InChIKey searching in Google

J Cheminform
PMCID: 3598674
PMID: 23399051
DOI: 10.1186/1758-2946-5-10

[…] ndependently corroborated by a vendor entry (the last Google result in Figure ). The second point is that the structure can now be mapped back to a different BACE1 patent, US20090275566, not only via SCRIPDB in PubChem (SID 137986191) but also to the whole patent family via SureChemOpen (SID 153233601Regardless of how IK searching may be combined with other resources it enables document-to-structu […]


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SCRIPDB institution(s)
Department of Computer Science, University of Toronto, Toronto, ON, Canada; Ontario Cancer Institute, Princess Margaret Hospital, University Health Network, and the Campbell Family Institute for Cancer Research, Toronto, ON, Canada; Department of Medical Biophysics, University of Toronto, Toronto, ON, Canada
SCRIPDB funding source(s)
Computational analysis was supported in part by Canada Foundation for Innovation (CFI #12301 and CFI #203383); Ontario Research Fund (GL2-01-030); Canada Research Chair Program (in part); Ontario Ministry of Health and Long Term Care (in part)

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