By Joerg Kurt Wegner, Aaron Sterling, Rajarshi Guha, Andreas Bender, Jean-Loup Faulon, Janna Hastings, Noel O'Boyle, John Overington, Herman Van Vlijmen, Egon Willighagen
Communications of the ACM,
Vol. 55 No. 11, Pages 65-75
Open-source chemistry software and molecular databases broaden the research horizons of drug discovery.
The full text of this article is premium content
November 20, 2012 02:46
Where can I find Appendix?
November 20, 2012 10:06
Please find the Appendix in the ACM Digital Library at http://dl.acm.org/ft_gateway.cfm?id=2366334&type=pdf&path=%2F2370000%2F2366334%2Fsupp%2Fp65%2Dwegner%5Fsupp%2Epdf&supp=1&dwn=1&.
Or go to the article page at http://dl.acm.org/citation.cfm?id=2366334, then click on the Source Materials tab to locate the Appendix, which is the Supplemental File.
November 23, 2012 08:52
Excellent article! I'll be using this with my team to discuss cheminformatics and how it applies to pharma.
Displaying all 3 comments
Log in to Read the Full Article
Please select one of the options below for access to premium content and features.
Create a Web Account
If you are already an ACM member, Communications subscriber, or Digital Library subscriber, please set up a web account to access premium content on this site.
Join the ACM
Become a member to take full advantage of ACM's outstanding computing information resources, networking opportunities, and other benefits.
Subscribe to Communications of the ACM Magazine
Get full access to 50+ years of CACM content and receive the print version of the magazine monthly.
Purchase the Article
Non-members can purchase this article or a copy of the magazine in which it appears.