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Molecular Modelling on a PC

David Jones jones at bsm.bioc.ucl.ac.uk
Tue Jun 21 10:41:31 EST 1994

Tom Flores (t-flores at nimr.mrc.ac.uk) wrote:
> Hi

> I am posting this query on behalf of a colleague who is relatively
> new to the world of PCs. He would like to know of any PC program
> for molecular modelling of smallish (300-400MWT) molecules, including

Here are a few possibilities off the top of my head: PC version of
Chem-X (Molecular Design - expensive), Nemesis from Oxford Molecular,
HyperChem (Autodesk are the distributors, mail info at hyper.com for
details - sounds very comprehensive and runs under Windows), and
Alchemy III (Tripos). There's also a Windows version of Desktop 
Molecular Modeller (OUP) - though I found the original DOS
version very slow and it wasn't up to minimizing proteins - 
the Windows version might be better, though.

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