jji at cgl.ucsf.edu
Tue Aug 30 11:08:35 PDT 2005
Hi Wei Wei
Thanks for your interest in ZINC. The "1" subset gives you a single
representation of each molecule. The "2" subset gives you multiple
protonation states and tautomers as appropriate.
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From: zinc-fans-bounces at docking.org [mailto:zinc-fans-bounces at docking.org]
On Behalf Of wei wei
Sent: Tuesday, August 30, 2005 6:38 AM
To: zinc-fans at docking.org
Subject: [Zinc-fans] help!
> I am new to zinc database.These days, I just down the Subset
I t says that "free down1: Single structure per chemical entity 2: Multiple
tautomeric and protonation states per chemical entity" , does mean that
there is more molecules in 2 than in 1, and is the database of 2 better
than the database of 1?
thank you very much!
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