Chemists are well-accustomed to journals and papers as sources of knowledge... but they're missing a trick by ignoring an increasingly popular source of scientific insight—chemical patents.
For example, chemical patents can reveal every drug candidate used for a particular medical condition in a clinical trial. They can also help you distinguish compounds that have actually been synthesised by the patent holders from those that have not (so-called "prophetic" compounds, such as bioisosteres).
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- The components of Markush structures and why they're critical to chemical patent analyses
- How to create Markush searches to yield the best results during research
- Benefits of patent searches to your scientific processes
- How to get started with a chemical patent search
- Basic patent language you need to be aware of
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