SELFIES and the future of molecular string representations

@article{Krenn2022SELFIESAT,
  title={SELFIES and the future of molecular string representations},
  author={Mario Krenn and Qianxiang Ai and Senja Barthel and Nessa Carson and Angelo Frei and Nathan C Frey and Pascal Friederich and Th{\'e}ophile Gaudin and Alberto Gayle and Kevin Maik Jablonka and R. Lameiro and Dominik Lemm and Alston Lo and Seyed Mohamad Moosavi and Jos'e Manuel N'apoles-Duarte and AkshatKumar Nigam and Robert Pollice and Kohulan Rajan and Ulrich Schatzschneider and Philippe Schwaller and Marta Skreta and Berend Smit and Felix Strieth‐Kalthoff and Chong Sun and G. Tom and Guido Falk von Rudorff and Andrew Wang and Andrew D. White and Adamo Young and Rose Yu and Al{\'a}n Aspuru‐Guzik},
  journal={Patterns},
  year={2022},
  volume={3}
}

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