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CBK searching (chemistry-biology-keyword): Performing cross-discipline collaborative searches

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Title
CBK searching (chemistry-biology-keyword): Performing cross-discipline collaborative searches
Abstract

A debate over whether a search is a chemistry or a biology search is becoming increasingly more frequent within search teams. The line between non-text chemistry and biology searching has become blurred in recent years. The appearance of “non-natural” amino acids and modified peptides, for example, has given rise to the questions: Is it a structure? Is it a sequence? Could it be both? It may not be a question of one or the other, but perhaps working with a colleague to bring the best possible answer to the client. Several examples clarify the line and present guidance when beginning a search. Consider the size of the molecule, how many amino acids are present and what the client needs in order to best cover all bases and create a more comprehensive search report.

Keywords
Chemical structure; Sequence; Markush; Amino acid; Cross discipline searching; ADC
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Publisher
Database: Elsevier - ScienceDirect
Journal: World Patent Information - Volume 41, June 2015, Pages 11–14
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Physical Sciences and Engineering Chemical Engineering Bioengineering
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