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vinay
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   Everyone,
                  could someone help me to eliminate the unwanted functional functional groups from the database. Using SMARTS! and the string which should be eliminated, this command gives the message, that i does not recognize the sequence. It may not recognise the parenthesis, since i have checked the same command after removing the parenthesis, it works. Could any one help me with the SMARTS.

Thanks a lot

Vinay


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Craig James-2
Hi Vinay,

>                   could someone help me to eliminate the unwanted
> functional functional groups from the database. Using SMARTS! and the
> string which should be eliminated, this command gives the message, that
> i does not recognize the sequence. It may not recognise the parenthesis,
> since i have checked the same command after removing the parenthesis, it
> works. Could any one help me with the SMARTS.

Can you please show us the exact command you are trying to execute?

We can give you a much better answer, and save time, if copy-and-paste the exact command that is giving trouble.

Craig

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