Markush structures are widely used in combinatorial chemistry and patents to define large chemical spaces. However, handling complex Markush structures (containing hundreds of fragments) is extremely challenging. ChemAxon, a leading company in Markush technology presents a solution called - ChemCurator. ChemCurator is designed to help extract chemical information from patents, journal articles, and other documents. The webinar will feature a LIVE product demo with the following highlights:
- Extracting Markush structures from English, Chinese and Japanese patents, journal articles and similar documents
- Interactively assembling Markush structures in a semi-automated way
- Locating relevant information in a wide range of documents, including HTML, XML and PDF.