User Friendly Advanced Molecular Design
The LigandScout software suite comprises the most user friendly molecular design
tools available to chemists and modelers worldwide. The platform seamlessly
integrates computational technology for designing, filtering, searching and
prioritizing molecules for synthesis and biological assessment.
Our advanced algorithms for 3D pharmacophore modeling, virtual screening, activity profiling and virtual library design create an inspiring and productive experience for multidisciplinary teams. By providing excellent prediction quality with unprecedented speed, LigandScout successfully addresses challenges in interactive molecular design.
The algorithms are scientifically validated [1-4] and based on multiple years of experience in modeling software design, while the application corresponds to state-of-the-art information technology.
The full-featured 3D graphical user interface with multiple undo-levels makes the molecular design process efficient and transparent.
LigandScout runs on all common operating systems, and is available in three different options: LigandScout Essential, LigandScout Advanced, and LigandScout Expert. Additionally, we offer the entire LigandScout functionality and some additional tools in the Inte:Ligand LigandScout Knime Extensions package.
- Wolber, G.; Dornhofer, A. A.; Langer, T.; Efficient overlay of small organic molecules using 3D pharmacophores
J. Comput. Aided Mol. Des.; 2007; 20(12); 773-788.
- Wolber, G.; Langer, T.; LigandScout: 3-D Pharmacophores Derived from Protein-Bound Ligands and Their Use as Virtual Screening Filters.
J. Chem. Inf. Model; 2005; 45(1); 160-169.
DOI: 10.1021/ci049885e (request reprint)
- Wolber, G.; Kirchmair H.; Langer, T.; Structure-Based 3D Pharmacophores: An Alternative to Docking?
Plenary talk at the 7th International Conference on Chemical Structures in Noordwijkerhout, 2005
Presentation as PDF file [2.8 MB]
- Wolber G., Dornhofer A. A., Langer T.; Efficient Overlay of Molecular 3D Pharmacophores. Oral presentation at the spring ACS meeting in Atlanta, GA, USA, 2006
Presentation as PDF file [8.8 MB]