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About DOCK
and ZINC

DOCK Blaster uses DOCK 3.6, a version of UCSF DOCK and ZINC.
DOCK is a molecular docking program, created and developed for over twenty years by Prof. Tack Kuntz and his group. It is now maintained and developed in the Shoichet Lab, also at UCSF, with the support of a network of colleagues. For more information about DOCK, please visit the DOCK website.
DOCK Blaster docks ZINC, a free database of commercially available compounds specifically prepared for docking screens, available at zinc.docking.org.

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