NIGMS Allots $5M for New Database to House Protein-Ligand Data; Pharma to Contribute | GenomeWeb
Continuing on its path to grow open-access computational chemistry and cheminformatics tools, the National Institute of General Medical Sciences has awarded set aside information.
 
NIGMS said that the database, called the Community Structure-Activity Resource, will help advance computer-aided drug design methods and software development. A key aspect of the resource will be the participation of pharmaceutical firms, which will contribute unpublished data, NIGMS said.
 

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