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ChemSpider Beta Release of Chemical Structure and Substructure Searching Made Available to the Public
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ChemSpider Beta Release of Chemical Structure and Substructure Searching Made Available to the Public

ChemSpider Beta Release of Chemical Structure and Substructure Searching Made Available to the Public
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ChemSpider Beta Release of Chemical Structure and Substructure Searching Made Available to the Public


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ChemZoo, Inc. has announced the launch of their ChemSpider Service with chemical structure and substructure searching, an online resource for chemists to search, aggregate and data mine publicly available chemical data.

Over 10 million compounds are indexed in the ChemSpider database including the PubChem collection and data provided by a number of other collaborators. ChemSpider has produced a value-added offering of the publicly available chemical structure databases by adding additional predicted property information generated as a result of their collaborations with property prediction software providers including Advanced Chemistry Development, ACD/Labs.

By delivering access to an aggregated database collection of over 10 million structures as well as access to transaction based predictions of systematic identifiers and physicochemical predictions ChemSpider hopes to position itself as one of the premier open access websites for chemists to access information. 

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