Presentations from the Cresset User Group Meeting 2019
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Cambridge, UK – 23rd July 2015 – Cresset, innovative provider of software and services for small molecule discovery and design, is pleased to announce the release of Forge V10.4, the latest version of the leading computational chemistry workbench for ligand-based design.
Are you struggling with SAR tables? Finding it hard to keep all the SAR in your mind? With Activity Atlas, a new component in Forge, you can easily summarize complex SAR as a 3D visualization. Activity Atlas enables you to:
“Activity Atlas 3D visualizations (Figure 1) tell you what active molecules have in common, which regions you have explored, and help you pinpoint critical regions of SAR,” explains Dr Giovanna Tedesco, Forge Product Manager. “This information is very valuable for new molecule design and we believe it will particularly benefit project teams where there is not enough SAR for a traditional 3D-QSAR approach.”