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Ring Perception

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[Figueras-1996]
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Ring Perception Using Breadth-First Search,
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[Fujita-1988]
Shinsaku Fujita,
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[Gasteiger-1979]
Johann Gasteiger and Clemens Jochum,
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[Hanser-1996]
T. Hanser, P. Jauffret, and G. Kaufmann,
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M. J. Plotkin,
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[Qian-1990]
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[Roos-Kozel-1981]
Barbara L. Roos-Kozel and William L. Jorgensen,
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[Takahashi-1994]
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[Zamora-1979]
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Aromaticity Perception

[Lloyd-1996]
Douglas Lloyd,
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Connectivity Perception

[Baber-1992]
Jon C. Baber and Edward E. Hodgkin,
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[Kearsley-1993]
Simon K. Kearsley,
A Quick Robust Method for Assigning A Kekulé Structure,
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[Labute-1996-I]
Paul Labute,
Automatic Assignment of Bond Order,
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[Meng-1991]
Elaine C. Meng and Richard A. Lewis,
Determination of Molecular Topology and Atomic Hybridization States from Heavy Atom Coordinates,
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[Rippmann-1997]
M. Hendlich, F. Rippmann and G. Barnickel,
BALI: Automatic Assignment of Bond and Atom Types for Protein Ligands in the Brookhaven Protein Databank,
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Stereochemistry Perception

[Labute-1996-II]
Paul Labute,
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Molecule Symmetry Perception

[Shelley-1977]
Craig A. Shelley and Morton E. Munk,
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[Shelley-1979]
Craig A. Shelley and Morton E. Munk,
An Approach to the Assignment of Canonical Connection Tables and Topological Symmetry Perception,
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Substructure Search

[Figueras-1972]
J. Figueras,.
Substructure search by set reduction.
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[Ullman-1976]
J.R. Ullman,
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Molecule Canonicalization

[Morgan-1965]
H.L. Morgan,
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[Kelley-2003]
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Graph Canonicalization,
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[Ihlenfeldt-1994]
Wolf Dietrich Ihlenfeldt and Johann Gasteiger,
Hash Codes for the Identification and Classification of Molecular Structure Elements,
Journal of Computational Chemistry, Vol. 15, pp. 793–813, 1994.
[InChI-2013]

Maximum Common Substructure Search

[Bunke-2002]
Horst Bunke, Pasquale Foggia, C. Guidobaldi, Carlo Sansone and Mario Vento,
A Comparison of Algorithms for Maximum Common Subgraph on Randomly Connected Graphs,
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Syntactic and Statistical Pattern Recognition, pp. 123–132, 2002.
OEChem’s MCSS is based upon the ‘’space state search’’ method
[McGregor-1982]
James J. McGregor,
Backtrack Search Algorithms and the Maximal Common Subgraph Problem,
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[Raymond-2002]
W. R. Raymond, E.J. Gardiner, and P. Willett,
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[Wang-1997]
T. Wang, and J. Zhou,
EMCSS: A New Method for Maximum Common Substructure Search,
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Charge Calculation

[Gasteiger-1978]
Johann Gasteiger and M. Marsili,
A New Model for Calculating Atomic Charges in Molecules,
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[Gasteiger-1980]
Johann Gasteiger and M. Marsili,
Iterative Partial Equalization of Orbital Electronegativity - A Rapid Access to Atomic Charges,
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Atom Type Assignment

[ODonnell-1991]
T.J. O’Donnell, Shashidar N. Rao, Konrad Koehler, Yvonne C. Martin and Beverley Eccles,
A General Approach for Atom-Type Assignment and the Inter-conversion of Molecular Structure Files,
Journal of Computational Chemistry, Vol. 12, pp. 209–214, 1991.
[Bush-1993]
Bruce L. Bush and Robert P. Sheridan,
PATTY: A Programmable Atom Typer and Language for Automatic Classification of Atoms in Molecular Databases,
Journal of Chemical Information and Computer Science, Vol. 33, pp. 756–762, 1993.

Molecular Similarity

[Grant-2006]
J. Andrew Grant, James A. Haigh, Barry T. Pickup, Anthony Nicholls and Roger A. Sayle,
Lingos, Finite State Machines and Fast Similarity Searching,
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[Vidal-2005]
David Vidal, Michael Thormann, and Miquel Pons,
LINGO, an Efficient Holographic Text Based Method To Calculate Biophysical Properties and Intermolecular Similarities
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[Vidal-2006]
David Vidal, Michael Thormann, and Miquel Pons,
A Novel Search Engine for Virtual Screening of Very Large Databases,
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[Willett-1998]
P. Willett,
Chemical similarity searching,
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Molecular Line Notation

[Ash-1997]
Sheila Ash, Malcolm A. Cline, R. Webster Homer, Tad Hurst and Gregory B. Smith,
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[Weininger-1988]
David Weininger,
SMILES: A Chemical Language and Information System: 1. Introduction to Methodology and Encoding Rules,
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[Weininger-1989]
David Weininger, Arthur Weininger and Joseph L. Weininger,
SMILES 2: Algorithm for Generation of Unique SMILES Notation,
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Pharmacophore Identification

[Ting-2000]
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Conformational Analysis

[Leach-1990]
Andrew R. Leach, Daniel P. Dolata and Keith Prout,
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Rotamer Libraries

[Dunbrack-1997]
R.L. Dunbrack, Jr., F.E. Cohen,
Bayesian statistical analysis of protein side-chain rotamer preferences,
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[Lovell-2000]
Simon C. Lovell, J. Michael Word, Jane S. Richardson, David C. Richardson,
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Sequence Alignment

[Dayhoff-1978]
M.O. Dayhoff, R.M. Schwartz, and B.C. Orcott
A model of evolutionary change in proteins,
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G.H. Gonnet, M.A. Cohen, and S.A. Benner,
Exhaustive matching of the entire protein sequence database,
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[Henikoff-1992]
S. Henikoff and J.G. Henikoff,
Amino acid substitution matrices from protein blocks,
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Interaction Perception

[Kumar-2002]
S. Kumar and R. Nussinov,
Relationship between ion pair geometries and electrostatic strengths in proteins,
Biophysical Journal, Vol. 83 no. 3, pp. 1595–-1612, 2002.
[Cavallo-2016]
G. Cavallo, P. Metrangolo, R. Milani, T. Pilati, A. Priimagi, G. Resnati, and G. Terraneo,
The Halogen Bond
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[Bissantz-2010]
C. Bissantz, B. Kuhn, M. Stahl,
A medicinal chemist’s guide to molecular interactions,
Journal of Medicinal Chemistry Vol. 53 no. 14, pp. 5061–5084, 2010
[Marcou-2007]
G. Marcou, and D. Rognan,
Optimizing Fragment and Scaffold Docking by Use of Molecular Interaction Fingerprints
Journal of Chemical Information and Modeling Vol. 47 no. 1, pp. 195–-207, 2007

Miscellaneous

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[Bemis-1996]
Guy W. Bemis and Mark A. Murcko,
The Properties of Known Drugs. 1. Molecular Frameworks,
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[Bondi-1964]
A. Bondi,
van der Waals Volumes and Radii,
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[Dalby-1992]
A. Dalby, J.G. Nourse, W.D. Hounshell, Aki Gushurst, D.L. Grier, B.A. Leland and J. Laufer,
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[Nicholls-2008]
Anthony Nicholls, David L. Mobley, J. Peter Guthrie, John D. Chodera, Christopher I. Bayly, Matthew D. Cooper and Vijay S. Pande,
Predicting Small-Molecule Solvation Free Energies: An Informal Blind Test for Computational Chemistry
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[Nicholls-2010]
Anthony Nicholls, Stanislaw Wlodek and J. Andrew Grant,
SAMPL2 and continuum modeling
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[Pauling-1960]
Linus Pauling,
The Nature of the Chemical Bond and the Structure of Molecules and Crystals; An Introduction to Modern Structural Chemistry,
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[Rashin-1985]
Alexander A. Rashin, Barry Honig,
Reevaluation of the Born model of ion hydration,
Journal of Physical Chemistry, Vol. 89, pp. 5588–5593, 1985.
[Sutton-1958]
L.E.Sutton
Tables of Interatomic Distances and Configuration in Molecules and Ions,
Chem. Soc., London Special Publication, No.11, 1958
[Walters-1996]
W.P. Walters and S.H. Yalkowsky,
ESCHER - A Computer Program for the Determination of External Rotational Symmetry Numbers from Molecular Topology,
Journal of Chemical Information and Computer Science, Vol. 36, pp. 1015–1017, 1996.
[Kabsch-1983]
W. Kabsch and C. Sander,
Dictionary of Protein Secondary Structure: Pattern Recognition of Hydrogen-Bonded and Geometrical Features,
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[Theobald-2005]
D.L. Theobald
Rapid calculation of RMSDs using a quaternion-based characteristic polynomial,
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[Liu-2010]
P. Liu, D.K. Agrafiotis, and D.L. Theobald
Fast determination of the optimal rotation matrix for macromolecular superpositions,
Computational Chemistry, Vol. 31, pp. 1561–1563, 2010.
[Kelly-1965]
K. Kelly,
Twenty-Two Colors of Maximum Contrast,
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[Green-Armytage-2010]
P. Green-Armytage,
A Color Alphabet and the Limit of Color Coding,
Colors: Design & Creativity., Vol. 6, No. 10, pp. 1–23 2010