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*Open Maestro:
#Project->import structures: open grid_grid_SP_1500Flavanoids.pv
#Project Table: View docking scores (more negative docking score = better docking

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Entry title

Analysis of Docking Screen for ADA


  1. View docking score results
  2. Compare docking scores to known flavonoids
  3. Identify possible alternatives to known flavonoids using docking scores
  4. Locate chosen alternative compounds and purchase for additional testing


  • Open Maestro:
  1. Project->import structures: open grid_grid_SP_1500Flavanoids.pv
  2. Project Table: View docking scores (more negative docking score = better docking


  • Add data and results here...


Docking Scores for the flavanoids:




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