Welcome web user
Welcome! We hope you find what you are looking for on this wiki, which is focused on software tools for ligand discovery and systems pharmacology, particularly the tools of the Irwin Lab and Shoichet Lab at UCSF.
Software and Databases
|DOCK||Our molecular docking software||Latest are DOCK 3.7 and DOCK 6.7|
|SEA||Similarity Ensemble Approach||Drug repurposing, target identification, phenotypic screening. sea.bkslab.org|
|ZINC||Commercially available compounds||zinc15.docking.org|
|DOCK Blaster||A public access service for docking screens||blaster.docking.org|
|DUDE and DUD||Benchmarks for docking||dude.docking.org/generate|
|Aggregator Advisor||A public access database of known aggregators||advisor.docking.org|
Other Starting Points
We offer many public services, including software and databases that are free to use and download. For software distributions, for-profit organizations are generally required to obtain a commercial license, e.g. see http://dock.compbio.ucsf.edu/Online_Licensing/index.htm.
Our servers are up all the time, with rare exceptions. If we must perform maintenance, we will communicate this in advance via our blog http://docking.org, which is also available as an RSS feed. We also try to use our Facebook page http://facebook.com/zincdb and our twitter feed @chem4biology when we remember. If there is an unscheduled outage (crash), we will do our best to communicate this via our blog as soon as possible. If our servers appear down or broken and we have not communicated this, we would be grateful to be told via support at docking.org or +(415) 937-1461
If you have a problem or a question, we always like to hear about it. Please see feedback for how to communicate with us.