Cheminformatics
ISSN: 1572-4778
Volume 3; 2 issues
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Editor-in-Chief
Prof. Curt M. Breneman
RPI Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology
Center for Biotechnology and Interdisciplinary Studies
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
110 8th Street
Troy, NY 12180
USA
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E-mail: brenec@rpi.edu

 
Editorial Board
Dimitris Agrafiotis, Johnson & Johnson R&D, Exton, PA, USA Frank Leusen, University of Bradford, Bradford, United Kingdom
Mark Embrechts, RPI, Troy, NY, USA Yvonne Martin, Abbot Laboratories, Abbot Park, IL, USA
Leah Frye, Schrodinger, Portland, OR, USA Dan Ortwine, Pfizer Global Research, Ann Arbor, MI, USA
Amiram Goldblum, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, School of Pharmacy, Jerusalem, Israel Terry Stouch, Lexicon Pharmaceuticals, Princeton, NJ, USA
Barry Lavine, Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, OK, USA Pat Walters, Vertex Pharmaceuticals, Cambridge, MA, USA
Jack A.M. Leunissen, Wageningen University, Wageningen, The Netherlands 

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Aims and Scope 
Cheminformatics features invited reviews and innovations in the rapidly growing and evolving field of computerized chemical information handling. Cheminformatics covers all those fields in which information technology and resources are used 'to transform chemical data into information and information into knowledge'. The journal is of particular interest to chemists, computer scientists and information specialists. By featuring invited research review studies and programming innovations, the journal services the scientific community filling a need not yet other wise met. The scope of Cheminformatics encompasses papers reviewing research and applications, highlighting opportunities and indicating current limitations in computerized chemical information handling covering the following major areas:

Chemical Information Acquisition, i.e. methods used for generating and collecting chemical data experimentally and by molecular simulation, including computerized synthetic analysis.
Chemical Information Management, i.e. storage, handling and retrieval of data.
Chemical Information Use, i.e. chemical database development and usage, data analysis and data mining including use of chemicallly aware Web Language.

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