CCL: Setting up new (academic) research lab; software purchase questions

Every software has a plus point. You can take demos and evaluate.
Also look at the publications made for comparison of methods used. Accuracy be a priority over cost.
Best wishes,

On Wed, 19 Dec 2007 wrote :
>Sent to CCL by: "Dave  ." [ccl_list,,]
>I'm in the process of setting up a new modeling research lab at MIT (academic lab). I'm trying to put together a budget for modeling software we'll want to purchase for the coming year. We will be part of a drug design effort, so we'll be doing the standard stuff associated with such an effort (visualization of ligands and proteins, docking, scoring [binding, ADME], etc.) We expect to have a lot of compounds/data flowing through via library screening.

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