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  1. Learn how to use Maestro Software
  2. Identify fingerprint zone of flavonoids: Myricetin, Kaempferol, and Quericetin
  3. Perform docking of compounds to identify similar compounds


  • Launching Maestro and Storing Chosen Flavanoid Structures

1.Launch Maestro from terminal: =select directory from terminal: press F5: type $maestro 2.Draw Structures on Maestro

    • Edit -> build -> fragments: when finished create project
    • Workspace ->Create Project

3.Optimize molecule to lower energy state

    • Use Impact Energy Minimizer under Application: change host to zorro


  • Add data and results here...


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