Molecular Graphics and Computational Chemistry Techniques for Drug Design
Despite the ever-increasing developments of molecular graphics and computer chemistry, there is a basic level of usage which can provide the molecular scientist with valuable information. Once a ‘user friendly’ computer interface is available, the day-to-day aspects of some of the problems of molecular biology can be investigated. In conjunction with the armoury of methods already available to the drug scientist, the computational techniques are unique in their ability to clarify and focus his mind on the molecular properties that may be relevant.
KeywordsMolecular Graphic Conformational Space Molecular Scientist Senior Editor Quisqualic Acid
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