InChI: Connecting and navigating chemistry

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The International Chemical Identifier (InChI) has had a dramatic impact on providing a means by which to deduplicate, validate and link together chemical compounds and related information across databases. Its influence has been especially valuable as the internet has exploded in terms of the amount of chemistry related information available online. This thematic issue aggregates a number of contributions demonstrating the value of InChI as an enabling technology in the world of cheminformatics and its continuing value for linking chemistry data. © 2012 Williams; licensee Chemistry Central Ltd.

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Williams, A. J. (2012). InChI: Connecting and navigating chemistry. Journal of Cheminformatics. https://doi.org/10.1186/1758-2946-4-33

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