In a series of SPARQL end points, I am happy to present a new Virtuoso 6.1-hosted SPARQL end point for the ChEMBL database (CC-BY-SA), at our groups new rdf.farmbio.uu.se server. The server is hosting 23.8M triples, with the data based on ChEMBL 02. There is a SPARQL end point, as well as a SNORQL interface:
There are 2.4M activities, 34k papers, 517k compounds, 416k assays, associated with 7k targets (proteins etc):
I will not discuss any cool mashups with the rich data set and Bioclipse, as that is the main topic my student Annzi's Masters project.