Computational chemistry news from Cresset, including Flare release announcement.
Cresset publishes July 2017 newsletter
Flare release announcement
Flare™ is released and ready for you to evaluate. Flare brings you new insights for structure-based design in a modern, easy to use interface that provides a framework for future growth. Combining the best of Cresset research with cutting edge methods from academia and selected commercial partners, Flare gives you a deeper understanding of protein-ligand complexes that will inform and improve new molecule design.
See Flare in action
This video gives an introduction to analyzing proteins and informing new molecule design with Flare.
Comprehensive Medicinal Chemistry III
In Lessons and Successes in the Use of Molecular Fields, Paolo Tosco and Mark Mackey have reviewed over thirty years of work on molecular interaction fields. Read how a field-centric perspective on molecules has enabled a range of everyday in silico applications, from bioisosteric replacement and molecular similarity assessment to virtual screening.
In silico methods to streamline optimization
In silico methods streamline the optimization process by giving you more understanding of your target and your hits, and by making it easier to manage your data. Martin Slater describes how Cresset Discovery Services can help streamline your optimization.
Presentations from The Cresset User Group Meeting
Thank you to the speakers, and delegates from around the globe, who contributed to the success of the meeting. Download the presentations we have permission to publish.
Save the date for 2018
The Cresset User Group Meeting: June 21 – 22, 2018.
Computational solutions for drug discovery