StarDrop 6.4 now links prepared 3D docking and alignment models with data visualisation, 2D SAR analyses and predictive models in a single interface.
Computational chemists can make their validated 3D models available to their colleagues via StarDrop’s Pose Generation Interface, which is compatible with software from major computational chemistry providers, including:
- FlexX™ – BioSolveIT
- Gold™ – Cambridge Crystallographic Data Centre
- MOE™ – Chemical Computing Group
- AutoDock Vina – The Scripps Research Institute
- POSIT™ – OpenEye Scientific
- …extendable to other third party applications.
The Pose Generation Interface communicates with a Pose Generation Server, on which computational chemists can easily publish their validated docking or 3D alignment models. These are made instantly available for StarDrop users to submit their compounds and the resulting poses, protein structures and scores are returned directly to StarDrop for visualisation and analysis.
The Pose Generation Server can be installed wherever you run your 3D modelling software, supporting Linux, Windows® and Mac®
There are more details in the poster presented at the Spring ACS 2017.