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    1 = Welcome to ChemoTyper = 
     1= Welcome to !ChemoTyper = 
    22The !ChemoTyper application is a tool that allows for searching and highlighting chemical chemotypes (chemical substructures or subgraphs) in datasets of molecules. Typical applications are as following. 
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    88 * Fingerprinting of chemical structure sets against chemotypes 
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    10 !ChemoTyper includes !ToxPrint. !ToxPrint is a public set of chemotypes developed by Altamira LLC for FDA CFSAN’s CERES project. The ToxPrint contains three basic subsets: generic structural fragments, Ashby-Tennant genotoxic carcinogen rules (1989), cancer TTC categories (Kroes et. al. 2004). 
     10!ChemoTyper includes !ToxPrint. !ToxPrint is a public set of chemotypes developed by Altamira LLC for FDA CFSAN’s CERES project. The !ToxPrint contains three basic subsets: generic structural fragments, Ashby-Tennant genotoxic carcinogen rules (1989), cancer TTC categories (Kroes et. al. 2004). 
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    12 ChemoTyper can be downloaded free-of-charge for public use. 
     12!ChemoTyper can be downloaded free-of-charge for public use. 
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    14 Link: Download ChemoTyper application (Windows XP/Vista/7) 
     14Link: Download !ChemoTyper application (Windows XP/Vista/7) 
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    1616== CSRML Reference Library Implementation == 
     
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    3434== Acknowledgement == 
    35 The ChemoTyper application was developed under a contract from the U.S. FDA, Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition (CFSAN), Office of Food Additive Safety.The XML-based substructure (or chemotype) definition language CSRML was co-developed in collaboration with Altamira LLC. 
     35The !ChemoTyper application was developed under a contract from the U.S. FDA, Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition (CFSAN), Office of Food Additive Safety. The XML-based substructure (or chemotype) definition language CSRML was co-developed in collaboration with Altamira LLC. 

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