Summarizes the articles in, and the citations to, volumes 2–24 of the Journal of Computer-Aided Molecular Design. The citations to the journal come from almost 2000 different sources that span a very wide range of academic subjects, with the most heavily cited articles being descriptions of software systems and of computational methods.
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