Staying Informed About my Citations Using Google Scholar Citations

I think the Google Scholar Citations resource is excellent. I was one of the fortunate ones that managed to get onto the system early and I signed on immediately and used it to aggregate my papers very easily and quickly as represented here. One of my favorite aspects of the system is how it keeps me informed, by emails direct to my inbox, that other papers are referencing papers for which I am an author. Today the email that hit me listed four such papers. A free service, regular updates and, as best as I can tell, working as advertised for me at least.

Scholar Alert: New citations to my articles

The Chemical Ecology of Soil Organic Matter Molecular Constituents

MJ Simpson… – Journal of Chemical Ecology, 2012

Abstract Soil organic matter (OM) contains vast stores of carbon, and directly supports
microbial, plant, and animal life by retaining essential nutrients and water in the soil. Soil OM
plays important roles in biological, chemical, and physical processes within the soil, and


Bioinformatics and variability in drug response: a protein structural perspective

JL Lahti, GW Tang, E Capriotti, T Liu… – Journal of The Royal Society …, 2012

Abstract Marketed drugs frequently perform worse in clinical practice than in the clinical trials on which their approval is based. Many therapeutic compounds are ineffective for a large subpopulation of patients to whom they are prescribed; worse, a significant fraction of


From theory of spectra to standardless analysis of molecular objects

LA Gribov… – Journal of Analytical Chemistry, 2012

Abstract The authors discuss the methodology of quantitative analysis of pure substances
and mixtures by optical spectra (IR, Raman, UV, etc.) without using samples of standard
composition (standardless molecular spectral analysis). An algorithm of quantitative


Aligning chemical structure diagrams with local search

M Hilbig… – Journal of Cheminformatics, 2012

Chemists working in biomolecular application projects are usually looking at many related
molecules (eg results of a virtual screening run, lead series development or library design).
For a convenient visual analysis of this data it is essential that differences between


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