[Chimera-users] Announcement: Release of DOCK 6.9

Scott Brozell sbrozell at rci.rutgers.edu
Tue Nov 27 17:29:21 PST 2018

We are pleased to announce the release of DOCK 6.9.

DOCK is a suite of programs for molecular docking.  
The source code for DOCK 6.9 is available for download and
free for academic users at http://dock.compbio.ucsf.edu/.

This is a release of the new ligand searching method DOCK_DN:
De Novo design using fragment-based assembly.  De novo design can be used
to explore vast areas of chemical space in computational lead discovery.
DOCK_DN is an iterative fragment growth method, in which new molecules
are built using rules for allowable connections based on known molecules.

For full information on what is new in DOCK 6.9, please visit:



The DOCK Team

Please visit us at the DOCK Web site.

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