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SMSD

SMSD is a Java based software library for calculating MCS.

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SMSD is a Java based software library for calculating Maximum Common Subgraph (MCS) between small molecules. This will help us to find similarity/distance between two molecules. MCS is also used for screening drug like compounds by hitting molecules, which share common subgraph (substructure).

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Features

  • Maximum Common Subgraph (MCS)
  • Common Subgraph
  • Substructure
  • Java
  • Library
  • Small Molecule
  • Chemo-informatics
  • Substructure Search
  • Similarity Search
  • Tanimoto
  • Virtual Screening
  • Drug

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Intended Audience

Non-Profit Organizations, Healthcare Industry, Science/Research, Developers, End Users/Desktop, Agriculture

User Interface

Java Swing, Java SWT, Java AWT

Programming Language

Java

Registered

2013-02-01

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