Commit 8a2e2a90 authored by Emma Schymanski's avatar Emma Schymanski
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...based on feedback from Evan
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......@@ -57,7 +57,7 @@ blue numbers next to each node header reflects the number of
compounds (_i.e._ CIDs) in that node.
To become more familiar with the PubChem Classification Browser features
in general before embarking on content specific to the PFAS tree,
see Section [Navigating the Tree](#search).
see the Section [Navigating the Tree](#search).
There is also extensive documentation on the PubChem website
(links below) or reach out to
[pubchem-help@ncbi.nlm.nih.gov](mailto:pubchem-help@ncbi.nlm.nih.gov)
......@@ -121,15 +121,15 @@ CF~3~ part) in the 2021 OECD Report
Note that here, "**PFAS part**" is used to describe a connected portion of
the molecule that satisfies the OECD PFAS definition. A given molecule may have
more than one PFAS part present, some examples are given in Figure 2,
along with the count of parts. For further information, see
along with the count of parts. For more information, see
[Further Details](#details).
Browsing the 6 million entries in this node (see Figure 3) is a challenge.
Since the majority of these PFAS contained isolated CF~2~ (600 K) or
CF~3~ groups (5.4 M), these were separated into individual sections
Browsing the 6 million entries in this node (see Figure 3) is challenging.
Since most of these PFAS contain isolated CF~2~ (600 K entries) or
CF~3~ groups (5.4 M entries), these were separated into individual sections
<!-- (see "[_isolated CF~2~ and CF~3~_](#isonodes)"). -->
(see [next section](#isonodes)).
188 K compounds contain PFAS parts larger than CF~2~/CF~3~
~188 K compounds contain PFAS parts larger than CF~2~/CF~3~
(see "[larger PFAS parts](#largerparts)").
<!-- #### PFAS "parts": -->
......@@ -164,7 +164,7 @@ PFAS part_"), if not, a list of the possibilities is given directly
The "_Contains only isolated CF~2~_" (or, for the CF~3~ node, only isolated
CF~3~) is broken down by the number of isolated groups (CF~2~ or,
for the CF~3~ node, by CF~3~ groups) - see Figure 4, middle panel. In both
cases the vast majority of molecules have only one isolated group.
cases, the vast majority of molecules have only one isolated group.
The "_Contains only isolated CF~2~/CF~3~_" is also broken down by
the number of groups, sorted by increasing number of CF~2~ groups
......@@ -175,10 +175,10 @@ the number of groups, sorted by increasing number of CF~2~ groups
### OECD PFAS - PFAS Parts Larger than CF~2~/CF~3~ {#largerparts}
The "_Molecule contains PFAS parts larger than CF~2~/CF~3~_" part of the
OECD PFAS node includes approx. 188K molecules, which can be browsed
OECD PFAS node includes about 188 K molecules, which can be browsed
in two major breakdowns, by isolated PFAS part count (see Figure 5)
and by isolated PFAS part type (see Figure 6).
This part of the tree is constructed dynamically - in other words,
This section of the tree is constructed dynamically - in other words,
the subnodes present depend on the contents within - to prevent
excessive scrolling.
......@@ -322,7 +322,7 @@ in PubChem;
While the tree offers several possibilities for browsing and searching
PFAS and other organofluorine content, there are more powerful
search capabilites to empower this further, explained in the next
search capabilites to empower this further, as explained in the next
sections.
### Search via PubChem Search {#pc-search}
......@@ -555,8 +555,7 @@ undefined or poorly defined entities are also not included.
More information about the difference between compound and substances
on PubChem is available
[here](https://pubchemblog.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/2014/06/19/what-is-the-difference-between-a-substance-and-a-compound-in-pubchem/).
Finally, while molecules containing non-organic elements should be removed,
it appears that some entries are still sneaking through (work in progress).
#### PFAS Test set:
A test set of PFAS and non-PFAS from the OECD Report
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