Downloads and Upgrades: AFITT 2.2.0, OncoGenomics Explorer, Omics Explorer 2.3, and more | GenomeWeb

OpenEye has released AFITT 2.2.0, an application designed to help crystallographers fit ligands to observed data.

The release has several bug fixes including support for current versions of the REFMAC, additional ligand scores for all ligands, and corrections to aniline nitrogen dictionaries.

OpenEye also released VIDA 4.2.1.

The release includes several bug fixes as well as a new telemodeling feature, improved 3D graphics, and updates to VIDA’s spreadsheet function among other capabilities.

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