For some time now it has been possible to access relevant SureChem patent information from a ChemSpider compound page in the Patents Infobox. ChemSpider compounds are also linked to and from the relevant RSC articles, which has allowed us to form a new partnership between RSC Publishing and SureChem which relies on ChemSpider taking the pivotal role of linking internet chemistry together.

In the RSC article landing pages there is a “Compounds” tab which shows the key compounds that the article is about – as shown in this example. For each compound there is now a link to view the SureChem patent information associated with that compound as below:

The RSC Publishing platform article landing page showing SureChem patent information

The RSC Publishing platform article landing page showing SureChem patent information

SureChem and SureChem’s new free offering, SureChemOpen, offer a suite of patent chemistry data solutions, for example allowing their patents to be found from a structure or substructure search. Now, for each compound returned from such a search it is possible to view any linked ChemSpider compound pages and the number of associated RSC publications (and follow a link to view these articles).

This linking between SureChem and the RSC publication platform relies on ChemSpider (and the standard InChI chemical identifier) providing a bridging link to both, which ensures that the system is accessible, standards-based and scalable, making it easy for future partners to join.

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