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As Electronic Lab Notebooks (ELNs)) have become medicinal chemists’ portal to the laboratory, having direct access to reaction databases from an ELN will allow medicinal chemists to save time when optimizing chemical reaction routes.
This poster illustrates an example on how medicinal chemists can benefit from integrating searches for reaction and substance data with synthesis planning and chemical sourcing information. E-Notebook users looking for external, relevant chemistry data can pose queries in E-Notebook and immediately inspect results from literature data in Reaxys. A chemical structure or reaction search can be performed and additional search parameters can be used, namely reaction type, starting material, reaction yield, and other related experimental properties. Once chemical compounds and their reaction pathways are identified, scientists can send retrieved data back to their E-Notebook. This integration helps scientists to:
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