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18 Oct - European STN User Meeting, Berlin (Germany)
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18 Sep – Searching for siRNA and miRNA in STN patent databases
20 Sep - Searching for siRNA and miRNA in STN patent databases
24 Sep - Recherche de citations: sources et techniques
25 Sep - ReaxysFileTM on STN: Significant more content and further enhancements
27 Sep - ReaxysFileTM on STN: Significant more content and further enhancements
04 Oct - FIZ AutoDoc: The simple solution from search results to full-text documents
10 Oct - Current awareness searching in STN patent databases
18 Oct - Current awareness searching in STN patent databases
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STN e-Seminar

25 Sep - Using Boolean Operators in Structure Searches

 

Upcoming Workshops

FINLAND
18 Sep - STN Chemistry
20 Sep - STN AnaVist
25 Sep - STN Biosequences
26 Sep - STN Numeric Property & Structure Searching
09 Oct - STN Basics
11 Oct - STN AnaVist workshop for studying analyzed landscapes
24 Oct - STN Analyses (not AnaVist) and citations
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FRANCE
27 Sep – STN Express Perfectionnement
04 Oct - Introduction à STN
05 Oct - CA Bibliographie
11 Oct - Recherche structurale
18 Oct - Brevets Introduction
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GERMANY

Chemistry/Biosciences/Pharmacy

18 Sep – Einführung in CAplus
19 Sep - Polymersuche in REGISTRY/CAplus
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Engineering

16 Oct - Engineering-Informationen bei STN
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Patents

26 Sep - Volltextpatentdatenbanken auf STN und Evaluierung von Patentdaten mit Hilfe des STN Viewers
16 Oct - Patentseminar
30 Oct - INPADOCDB - INPAFAMDB
31 Oct - Recherchieren mit Patentklassifikationen
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STN Retrieval Language

18 Sep -  Kompaktseminar
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THE NETHERLANDS
04 Oct - STN Basics
09 Oct - STN Intermediate
11 Oct - Introduction ot INPADOCDB + INPAFAMDB
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UNITED KINGDOM
18 Sep - STN Essentials
19 Sep - Comprehensive Chemical Structure Searching on STN
20 Sep - Sequence  Searching on STN
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STNewsline September 2012 - Table of Contents

Database News

  • USAN 2012 Reload Now Available on STN!
  • Get More Current Reaction Information with Daily Updates to CASREACT® on STN

 

Search Tips of the Month

  • The Usefulness of the Editor Note Field in CAS REGISTRY
  • Get SET to View Your Changes

 

Take Note

  • FIZ AutoDoc : The simple solution from search results to full-text documents
  • User documentation for ReaxysFileTM on STN
  • Predict when CAS REGISTRY Hits 70 Million

Meet us at

  • European STN User Meeting in Berlin
  • ICIC 2012, Oct 14 - 17, in Berlin

Database News

USAN 2012 Reload Now Available on STN!

The 2012 version of USAN is now available on STN and includes more than 200 new drug names. USAN, the USP Dictionary of U.S. Adopted Names and International Drug Names, is recognized throughout the health care industry as the authoritative drug dictionary.


Get More Current Reaction Information with Daily Updates to CASREACT® on STN

Improve your search experience and receive more timely information for single- and multi-step reactions and synthetic preparations with daily updates to CASREACT.

Search Tips of the Month

The Usefulness of the Editor Note Field in CAS REGISTRY

The gold standard for chemical information, CAS REGISTRY, contains more than 68 million unique organic and inorganic chemical substances, and more than 63 million sequences. Substance records with incompletely known structures or complex mixtures contain the Editor Note field (/ENTE), which provides more information or gives a description to better understand the structure and its use. In this example, learn about the Usefulness of the Editor Note Field in CAS REGISTRY Database

 

Get SET to View Your Changes

You can add preferences using the SET command to increase recall, make commands behave the way you prefer or to change default values. You can customize these changes to PERMANENT across sessions. However, you need to be aware of which settings are selected. 

DISPLAY CHANGED lists all items that have been reset from their default values.

DISPLAY SET lists current settings for all parameters, including:
•    Current session
•    Permanent
•    At login
•    By default

Other DISPLAY options show changes to default search and display fields such as:

DISPLAY FIELD: user-defined custom search fields for a database.

DISPLAY SET SFIELDS: changed default search field for a database.

DISPLAY FORMAT: user-defined display formats (which are distinguished in the list as those starting with a period).

DISPLAY SET DFORMAT: default format for a database.

 

 

FILE 'HOME' ENTERED AT 13:31:49

 => D SET CHANGED

SET PARAMETER CURRENT PERMANENT LOGIN  DEFAULT

------------- ------- --------- -----  ----------

ABBREVIATION  'ON'    'ON'      'ON'   'OFF'

AUDIT         'ON'    'ON'      'ON'   'OFF'

DUPORDER      'FILE'  'FILE'    'FILE' 'DEFAULT'

LHISTORY      'ON’    'ON'      'ON'   'OFF'

MPTASSEMBLY   'BOTH'  'BOTH'    'BOTH' 'ON'

MSTEPS        'ON'    'ON'      'ON'   'OFF'

PLURALS       'ON'    'ON'      'ON'   'OFF'

RENUMBER      'ON'    'ON'      'ON'   'OFF'

SPELLINGS     'ON'    'ON'      'ON'   'OFF'

 

=> DISPLAY FORMAT

USER-DEFINED FORMAT   DEFINITION                    -------------------   -----------------------

.FREEGENE             TRIAL ALIGN                  

.IDEPROP              RN CN MF CI SR STR HIT      

.MYPCTGENALIGN        TRI ORGN SEQN ALIGN         

.PATCLASS             BIB ABS CLASS               

 

Discover additional information on how to use commands at
STN Commands and Quick Reference Resources


          

Take Note

FIZ AutoDoc : The simple solution from search results to full-text documents

Full-text documents can be easily ordered via FIZ AutoDoc which replaced the CAS Document Detective Service in 2011 as the default document delivery service for all STN and CAS products. All over the world many governmental and commercial organizations of all sizes order documents via FIZ AutoDoc. The service is available through the full-text options page in both SciFinder and STN or as a standalone brokerage service for document delivery.

On October 4, two e-seminars will show the functionality of the system, including its multiple vendor ordering options with full copyright compliance, the intelligent order processing, order tracking system, flexible delivery options, internal customization options and human support, if needed, to meet your document delivery requirements.
Seminar information and registration
More information on FIZ AutoDoc

 

User documentation for ReaxysFileTM on STN

As already announced, ReaxysFile on STN was reloaded and information on several million substances was added including inorganic substances and substances deriving from patents.  
To give more information on the extended content and a good overview on the functionality,  e-seminars  and further user documentation are offered. Follow this link for the full list of documentation which includes the following topics:

- ReaxysFile on STN: Introduction and Property Glossary
- ReaxysFile on STN: Addition of More Content
- ReaxysFile on STN: Displaying REACH Relevant Data
- ReaxysFile on STN: Searching Inorganic Substances and Related Properties
- ReaxysFile on STN: Property Information from Patents
- ReaxysFile on STN: Reactions

The upcoming e-seminars “ReaxysFile on STN: Significant more content and further enhancements“ will give an overview on the database, the new content and new features. They will also cover tips which information can be easily found and how the patent coverage is used best.
Dates: September 25 & 27; seminar information and registration
 

Predict when CAS REGISTRY Hits 70 Million

By the end of 2012, CAS expects to register the 70 millionth organic or inorganic substance. Predict the date and time when CAS REGISTRY hits 70 million organic and inorganic substances for a chance to win an Apple iPad®, Kindle Fire® or Nook® (based on entry date). To enter or for Contest Rules, visit the CAS REGISTRY counter on  the CAS website.

Meet us at

European STN User Meeting in Berlin

Do you want to get updated on recent enhancements on STN, get search tips and first-hand information from database producers? Then join us for the European STN User Meeting on Thursday, October 18, 2012 in Berlin.
Use the opportunity and meet with experts and colleagues from information departments and IP. Are you attending the ICIC 2012? Just extend your stay in Berlin for another day to participate in our STN User Meeting.
Detailed agenda.
To register, please click here.
The European STN User Meeting is free of charge, but pre-registration is mandatory.We are looking forward to seeing you in Berlin soon!
 

ICIC - International Conference on Trends for Scientific Information Professionals, Berlin, Oct 14-17

On Tuesday, Oct 16, Dr. Rainer Stuike-Prill, Head of Marketing and Sales at FIZ Karlsruhe, will give a presentation on "The Future Role of Online Hosts - Will Values of Today be Valued Tomorrow".
FIZ Karlsuhe/STN will be present with a booth and present the latest product developments.


 

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