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Linux For Chemistry
The most up-to-date Linux software (over 250) for chemistry including molecular modeling, graphics, visualization, molecular and quantum mechanic, dynamic, computational chemistry and some drug discovery, biochemistry and genetics related software.
Molinspiration specializes in the development of cheminformatics software in Java. Molinspiration tools are therefore platform independent and may be run on any PC, Mac, UNIX or LINUX machine. The software is distributed in a form of toolkits, which may be used as stand-alone computational engines, used to power web-based tools, or easily incorporated into larger in-house Java applications.
Online SMILES Translator
National Institutes of Health site that allows input of chemical structure (via JME applet) or SMILES (Simplified Molecular Input Line Entry System) string, translated to a SMILES output for various formats and purposes.
Open Babel is a project designed to pick up where Babel left off, as a cross-platform program and library designed to interconvert between many file formats used in molecular modeling and computational chemistry.
OPSIN is a software that allows parsing of systematic IUPAC names and converting them into a full structure representation.
Perl Modules for Molecular Chemistry
PerlMol is a collection of Perl modules for chemoinformatics and computational chemistry. It provides objects and methods for representing molecules, atoms, and bonds in Perl; doing substructure matching; and reading and writing files in various formats.
Protein Explorer is free software for visualizing the three-dimensional structures of protein, DNA, and RNA macromolecules, and their interactions and binding of ligands, inhibitors, and drugs. It is arguably the easiest-to-use software of its kind. It is suitable for high school and college students (ages 16 years and older), yet it is also widely used by graduate students and researchers.
PubChemSR is a MS-Windows-based data search and retrieval tool for the NCBI's public chemical database PubChem (PubChem Compound, PubChem Substance, and PubChem Bioassay).
PyMOL is a molecular viewer developed in the spirit of RasMol and OpenRasMol and intended for visualization of 3D chemical structures including X-ray crystal structures of: proteins, nucleic acids (DNA, RNA, & tRNA), and carbohydrates, as well as small molecule structures of drug leads, inhibitors, metabolites, sugars, nucleoside phosphates, and other ligands including inorganic salts and solvent molecules.
RasMol is an excellent and free molecular viewer available for Windows, Macintosh and UNIX platforms. RasMol is a program that allows you to view molecular structures on the computer screen, and to manipulate them.
SmiLib is a free, platform indepentend software tool for rapid combinatorial library enumeration in the flexible and portable SMILES notation. SmiLib enumerates combinatorial libraries at rates of approximately 9,000,000 molecules per second on fast computers.
One of this software's main goals is the consistent display of spectra coming from different sources. At the moment, 13 different spectral file types from commercially available spectrometer systems can be read. Spekwin32 is able to handle UV/VIS, fluorescence, NIR, IR and Raman spectra while the main focus is on UV/VIS and fluorescence.
Virtual Computational Chemistry Laboratory
On this site you will find tools, which we hope you will find helpful in performing computational chemistry, ADMET and chemoinformatics tasks including the building and visualisation of chemical structures, the calculation of molecular properties and the analysis of relationships between chemical structure and properties.