Douglas C Pearson
dopearso at magnus.acs.ohio-state.edu
Thu Nov 16 07:55:50 EST 1995
In article <48dt9k$7k8_001 at salford.ac.uk>, <BIE034 at news.salford.ac.uk> wrote:
>I'm an undergraduate student interested in the interactions of small molecules
> with neuroreceptors. I was wondering whether there is any free PC software
>equivalent to the program DOCK which would allow me to interact small
>molecules with proteins.
if such things exist, i would like to know about them too. however: (a) i
haven't seen any in my two or so years of mucking around this stuff myself, and
(b) if you could get such a thing running on your PC, i expect you would start
a simulation going this morning and come back next wednesday and it STILL
wouldn't be done. unless, of course, you have a P6 in your machine already,
in which case you're discovering all the new floating point errors intel can
come up with and you're getting glyceraldehyde-3-phosphate docked in an active
site with leucine and valine residues.
[excuse me, it's 7:50 AM over here and i'm in a goofy mood.]
chuck pearson - dopearso at magnus.acs.ohio-state.edu
osu biophysics program, chemistry 121 ta, daddy of amelia catherine pearson.
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