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    February 3, 2011

    CDD Vault Update: Portal Removal

    We are happy to announce that we have started working on removing the portal. With projects, there is no longer a need to keep the portal, and frankly, we feel like the overall CDD experience will be much improved once it’s gone. We encourage anyone with concerns to contact support. In the true spirit of agile software development, this first release sets the stage for complete removal of the portal, which will follow shortly. Previously, public and privately shared data sets were only available for exploring at the portal level. As a first step to portal removal, we've added these data sets back to the sidebar on Explore Data pages at the Vault level. This means you can control which data you're browsing using a single interface.

    Molecules with same structure

    Have you ever noticed the CDD number on some of your molecule records but never wanted to spend the time to search through all the public data sets to find the associated data?


    We now bring this information directly to your current view. If you click on the CDD number, you will see all of the data sets where the molecule exists. You can even click on a particular data set to see the associated data. Taking public data integration to the next level, this is not a feature to be missed.


    For the super techies among us, we have (finally) upgraded from the beta to the standard InChI/Key formats.

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