What features make the portal most useful for you?
Well, it embraces almost all functions a biologist requires. There's the query function for a very versatile range of journals with appropriate outlinks to the publisher's sites. There are also functions that allow the search for DNA or protein sequences, genome browsers, alignment tools like BLAST, mendelian databases, protein structures, etc.
It appears as if bioinformatians are one step ahead of there chemical colleagues
Your pipeline script is certainly pointing into the right direction.
Hmm, I just realised that the JACS publications are
listed on NCBI PubMed, me bad. There should be a journal list somewhere on the webpage, but I can't figure out how to access it.