StreamableVernalis Chemistry Matched-Molecular Pairs extension for KNIME Workbench version 1.28.1.v202101221138 by Vernalis (R&D), UK
This node calculates the maximum number of cuts which a molecule can support with the given fragmentation method
A variety of fragmentation options are included:
Guidelines for Custom (r)SMARTS Definition
An rSMARTS is no longer required, but may be specified if preferred for backwards compatibility. If specified must comply with the following rules. Otherwise, simply a match for two atoms separated by a single, acyclic bond must be provided
The algorithm is implemented using the RDKit toolkit
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