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    • Biologicals in ChemACX, part 1: Text searching

    • Presenter: Jesse Gordon , Company: PerkinElmer Informatics
    • Duration: 7 min
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  • ChemACX, our compendium of vendor chemical catalogs, includes substantial information on biological substances as well. ChemACX text search includes biological terms which can be searched as individual substances or as collections of substances. This video demonstrates:

    • Search for a specific name such as “Telimomab aritox” which locates the specific substance.
    • Search for a CAS number such as “9001-63-2” which also locates one specific substance (lysozyme).
    • Search for a general term such as “antibody” which locates numerous substances.
    • Using a partial word search such as “antibod” which includes both “antibody” and “antibodies”.
    • Search for a combination of terms with a wildcard, such as “mouse antibody”.
    • Use “Refine search” to locate “mouse antibody” as well as “antibody (mouse)”.
    • Search for a paired term such as “monoclonal antibody”.
    • Search for a wildcard term such as “monoclonal%antibody” so the two terms need not be adjacent.

    This video is part 1 in the 4 part series. You can find the other parts of this series by clicking below:

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