March 2, 2020

Sort Substances by Number of References Ascending/Descending

Substance result sets can now be sorted by Number of References both ascending and descending. Opening the Sort drop-down menu displays the following options:

Selecting a new sort option immediately updates the result set and returns the user to page 1. Relevance continues to be the default sort order. See Sort Substance Results.

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Enhance Extra Large Facet Find

The Find tab within extra-large facets has been relabeled Search.

The Search function has also been enhanced to accept wildcard characters (both infix and terminal) and quoted phrases in search terms.

Additionally, a Select All on Page option now appears on the Search tab.

Selecting this option selects (or deselects) all of the facet bins on the current Search tab page. If facet bins are selected, the number of selected bins is indicated. The selected facet bin count appears on all tabs of the large and extra-large facets.

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Reaction Result Set Display Enhancements

The reaction result set display has been enhanced in a number of ways:

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ChemPlanner – Limit Eligible Substances to Minimum of 5 Non-Hydrogen Atoms

The limit of 3 non-hydrogen atoms required to be present in a retrosynthetic target in order for the target to be eligible has increased to 5. Attempting to create a retrosynthesis plan or set plan options for a retrosynthetic target with less than 5 non-hydrogen atoms displays an error. Clicking the Learn more link directs the user to the help files.

Registered substances with less than 5 non-hydrogen atoms have an inactive Create Retrosynthesis Plan option in their substance information windows.

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Update Organization Name Advanced Search

The Advanced Reference Search > Organization feature is now enhanced to include the organization’s subdivision and country in the searchable content for CAplus references in addition to the organization name.

For example, queries such as "Department of Chemistry The Ohio State University" or "Bayer Japan" can now be used for more precise searching.

The organization’s subdivision, name and/or country is now highlighted accordingly when viewing a reference detail within a reference result set returned from an Organization advanced search.

Additionally, the addresses associated with the non-first-listed authors in MEDLINE references are now searchable as well.

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