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The ChEMBL Roadshow: Part II

After the very successful US East Coast ChEMBL Roadshow, we (Anne and George) will be on the road once again next week to spread the word on ChEMBL, myChEMBL and SureChEMBL. This time we will visit the US West Coast and specifically these venues:
Tuesday 27th Jan: University of New Mexico, Albuquerque.Wednesday 28th: MolSoft/UCSD/Scripps, San Diego. See also here.Thursday 29th: IBM Research Centre, San Jose.Friday 30th: UCSF, San Francisco.

If you are nearby and would like to attend or meet us for a chat, please get in touch. 
We are grateful to SMSdrug.net for funding. 

George & Anne

ChEMBL 20 schema

For those who just can't wait to update their code... Here is a picture of the new ChEMBL_20 schema.


ChEMBL 20 coming soon...

Happy New Year for 2015 from the ChEMBL group!

Release 20 of the ChEMBL database will be happening around the end of the month, and for those who can't wait, here's a preview of the exciting new features you can expect to find there:

HELM notation - we have developed an implementation of the Pistoia Alliance's HELM standard for biotherapeutics and will be supplying HELM notation for just under 20K peptides (previously represented by mol files). We will also make our monomer library available in case others wish to use it to generate their own HELM notation.Structural alerts - in place of the old 'Med Chem Friendly' flag used in ChEMBL, we now have an extensive set of structural alerts calculated for the ChEMBL compounds. The data set includes eight different sets of alerts (including sets published by Pfizer, Glaxo, BMS, University of Dundee, NIH MLSMR and PAINS filters) providing more than 1100 distinct SMARTS. Alerts found for a given compound can be viewed on th…