24 October 2022
Deep Matters: September 2022
Welcome to the September edition of Deep Matters. This issue includes a look into our latest ICSynth update including the Pistachio Transform Library. Additionally, we will showcase news from around the group including upcoming conferences we will be attending next month.
ICSynth V4.0.31 + Pistachio
Previously available only for customers with a Pistachio license, from mid-September all ICSynth customers can schedule a date to receive the latest product updates. The release includes ICSynth version 4.0.31, as well as a new Transform Library generated from the Pistachio patent database.
About version 4.0.31
- Suggestions grouping
- List view for reaction routes
- Query comparison
- Export functionality for reaction routes
- Improved views and layouts
- Bug fixes
About Pistachio transform library
The Pistachio Transform Library includes 7.2 million reactions (after deduplication and cleaning) , abstracted from the US Patents and Trademark Office , European Patent Office and World Intellectual Property Organization, with data from 1971 to 2021.
Lab of the Future Europe
deepmatter® will be exhibiting at Lab of the Future Europe 2022 on 4th - 5th October in Beurs van Berlage, Amsterdam. We are looking forward to meeting you in person at this event. For more information and to register for this event, please click here.
ELRIG Drug Discovery
Dave Parry, our head of research, will be attending ELRIG Drug Discovery 2022 on 4th-5th October in Excel, London. For more information and to register for this event, please click here.
deepmatter® will be attending Cosmetic 360 2022 on 13th-14th October in Paris, France. We are looking forward to meeting you in person at this event. For more information and to register for this event, please click here.
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