A searchable database of chemical compounds indexed from the text and images of over 70 million patent documents. Easily search, draw or import chemical structures and see the precise location where the chemical structure was described in the patent text.
ChemX is a powerful and efficient tool for extracting chemical information from full text patents from authorities around the world.
Save time by easily locating chemical structures within patent documents. The user-friendly interface offers multiple ways of importing compounds. Search by identity, similarity, or substructure, with numerous filtering options available.
Identify where a substructure search matches and get further information on a compound. Select the compounds of interest to view the results or simply use the structure-centric or patent family-centric options to export to Excel.
TextMine recognises structures regardless of their representation, identifying searched chemicals of interest, connecting the name to the chemical structure and providing links to external resources. Work more efficiently with the highlighting allowing you to jump to the exact location where the chemical structure was found in the document.
Search for an exact chemical structure, similar compounds, or by substructure
Filter by molecular weight, complete or incomplete chemical formula, claims and authority to refine searches
Export results to Excel using structure-centric or patent family-centric exports
Find the exact location of searched chemicals of interest in the patent text and connect the name to the chemical structure using TextMine
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Detect and display all identified terms from a range of domains, including molecules, genes and proteins, polymers, antibodies and more