The ChEMBL database as linked open data
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Update: Mark wrote up a blog post on the RDF that the ChEMBL team itself. Yesterday, the paper "The ChEMBL database as linked o ..

We would like to draw attention to readers of The ChEMBL-og to an excellent new paper in the Journal of Cheminformatics, describ ..

Last month saw the launch of our latest open access journal, Sustainable Chemical Processes, which covers all aspects of sustain ..

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@WendyAnneWarr my pleasure! http://t.co/9Cq2BvBQWK it's a write up on the RDF I and others have been using for some years now

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Egon Willighagen | Oct 28 2013 05:54 ESTThe data presented in this paper can be downloaded as CC-BY-SA from the Dutch Dataverse Network with this handle http://hdl... ..

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Journal of Cheminformatics | Abstract | The ChEMBL database as linked open data Background Making data available as Linked Data ..

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