Data Reduction from Patents; How Chemical Structures in Patents Are Disclosed, Indexed and Retrieved, and What Do They Mean

presentation · 9 years ago
by Brian Larner (Thomson Reuters)
Markush search Markush enumeration

The value of patents is that they contain information often not available anywhere else, and are a window into what a company is thinking about doing. However, that information, and the opportunities they may reveal, is often hidden deep within patents and the Markush structures they disclose. This talk will focus on how that information is described in patents, and how it is translated by analysts into Markush data available through Instant JChem so that it can be retrieved and analyzed.

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