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Our research focuses on the use of computational techniques to discover new small molecules that bind to proteins. We develop software tools and databases, which we use ourselves, and also give away for free in the hope that they will be useful for others. We aim to make molecular docking more reliable, and more accessible to those biologists and medicinal chemists who can most benefit from it.



A product of BCIRC, the Bioinfomatics and Chemical Informatics Research Center @ UCSF. Last updated Feb 1, 2011. Please direct email as follows: bug reports to support at docking.org; comments to comments at docking.org; questions and discussion to blaster-fans at docking.org.