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Inexpensive Molecular Modelling Software Wanted (Macintosh)

Thomas Hoeg-Jensen tshj at novo.dk
Fri Jan 19 05:13:42 EST 1996

In article <4dlk5j$b3e at newsbf02.news.aol.com>, camsci at aol.com (CamSci) wrote:

> >I'm looking for some molecular modelling software (e.g. ChemOffice 
> >or ChemDraw)  for the Mac that doesn't cost  an arm and a leg.  Anyone
> have 
> >any suggestions?  Please reply here or to my e-mail at 
> >mlinger at magnus.acs.ohio-state.edu.  Thanks.
I suggest you take a look at MacMimic, from Instar Software, Email:
sundinKC at dna.lth.se. I believe a demo is available.
In my indepent opinion the building tools in the MacMimic package is the
best on the market, including UNIX packages.
There are of course limitations in computing capacity compared to UNIX
packages, but MacMimic do incoorporates a MM2 module for simple energy
minimizations, up to 200 atoms.

Good luck, Thomas

Thomas Hoeg-Jensen, Ph.D.
Insulin Research
Novo Nordisk 6B 2.54
Dk-2880 Bagsvaerd, Denmark
tshj at novo.dk
+45 44 42 13 01

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