Live e-Seminar: Structure Searching on STNext – The Final Episode
27.08.2020, 20:00 - 21:00 CEST
Structure Searching on STNext –
The Final Episode
Live STN e-Seminar
This e-Seminar is the final installment of the series on structure searching on STNext. This session will cover in more detail some concepts discussed in the previous sessions on Multi-database Structure Searching on STNext and The STNext Structure Editor, as well as answering questions that have been received during the first two e-Seminars and also questions asked of the STN help desks or at in-house visits. These questions and-or concepts include –
1. Explain the differences between the STN generic nodes and the Derwent superatoms, and when should I use which system?
2. Explain the various role indicator systems for DCR/DWPIM substances and REGISTRY/MARPAT substances.
3. Explain the attributes in more detail, especially including atom counts.
4. Explain the Match Level attributes again – Atom, Class and Any. Please show examples of what each attribute captures.
5. I searched a structure with a ARY node and the system returns some records that have HEF at that node in DWPIM. Please explain.
5a. I also searched the ARY node with the attribute of monocyclic and it still returned HEF. Why?
6. I have heard Closed Substructure Searches mentioned in many training sessions but it has never been explained. Would you please explain that?
7. How do you define Fragments for R groups?
8. How do I search structure queries within a subset?
9. Explain how to search organometallic compounds in the various databases.
All of these questions and more will be addressed during this e-Seminar. As the presentation is still be written, if you have any other questions you would like covered in this e-Seminar, please contact the presenter at jim.brown(at)fiz-k(dot)com.
Jim Brown, FIZ Karlsruhe Inc.
Michael Axton, CAS
Thursday, August 27, 2020
Time: 11:00 am, Pacific Daylight Time (GMT -7, Los Angeles)
01:00 pm, Central Daylight Time (GMT -5, Chicago)
02:00 pm, Eastern Daylight Time (GMT -4, New York)
07:00 pm, British Summer Time (GMT +1, London)
08:00 pm, Central European Sumer Time (GMT +2, Berlin)