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Josef Eiblmaier (InfoChem, Germany)
Dorothee Geppert (InfoChem, Germany)
Heinz Saller (InfoChem, Germany)
Open chemistry platforms such as PubChem offer depositor-provided cross-references to scientific abstracts in PubMed for many compounds. However, only a few cases have direct links to associated primary literature on the publisher’s site.
In our talk we will show how chemical data gathered through Chemical Named Entity Recognition will enhance discoverability and accessibility of scientific information in an easy and intuitive way. By depositing these chemicals in public databases, literature information can be searched by chemical structure beyond typical text search. Additionally, the use of a smart algorithm ensures that only relevant compounds found in an article will be displayed.
We will present publisher-internal projects dealing with the comprehensive chemical annotation of relevant content and the deposition of the results in PubChem. Additionally we will discuss further opportunities with regards to other platforms like ChemSpider, ZINC or OpenPHACTS.