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Indexing chemical structures: Exemplified compound indexing in patents by the vendors Thomson Reuters, Chemical Abstracts and Elsevier – A comparative study by the Patent Documentation Group (PDG)

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Indexing chemical structures: Exemplified compound indexing in patents by the vendors Thomson Reuters, Chemical Abstracts and Elsevier – A comparative study by the Patent Documentation Group (PDG)
Abstract

The following article briefly discusses the history of the PDG and why Taskforce/Working Group efforts have been an important part of PDG activities. The authors describe a methodology for analysing exemplified compound indexing from the patent literature in three databases: Chemical Abstracts (CAPLUS and REGISTRY), Derwent World Patents Index (DWPI) and Reaxys. This article also discusses the post analysis feedback from the database vendors. The feedback and the further discussions with the vendors culminated in some examples of positive changes to their indexing policies.

Keywords
Patent analysis; Exemplified compounds; DWPI; Reaxys; CAS; Chemical abstracts; CASREACT; SureCHEMBL
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Database: Elsevier - ScienceDirect
Journal: World Patent Information - Volume 44, March 2016, Pages 48–52
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Physical Sciences and Engineering Chemical Engineering Bioengineering
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