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The Computers in Chemistry Division
Image Gallery



The COMP Division has created a new resource for the community - The Images Gallery. This page contains images from research groups around the world who are working on all aspects of drug discovery and development. The images have been donated by scientists for use in presentations and lectures. While the images are made available under the open source license, please be aware that they represent a significant amount of work and should thus be credited appropriately. All of the images on this site are the property of their owners, all rights reserved.

If you would like to submit your images, please email them to websupport@acscomp.org and provide the author, subject, and other information that you would like to have attached to the image. Please save images as png or jpeg images at 100 dpi or better resolution.



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ClpP S1 "specificity" pocket
M. Katharine Holloway
Merck Research Laboratories
  Generic Asp protease inhibitor
interacting with catalytic dyad
M. Katharine Holloway
Merck Research Laboratories
  AZT bound in RT Pocket
M. Katharine Holloway
Merck Research Laboratories
 
       
NS3/4A protease inhibitors
modeled into the full-length enzyme
M. Katharine Holloway
Merck Research Laboratories
       





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