QSAR, Molecular Modelling and Computational Chemistry Research

research in pharmacy and biomolecular sciences

Online Resources

QSAR research within the School of Pharmacy and Biomolecular Sciences at Liverpool John Moores University enjoys excellent, state of the art, facilities.

We do not aim to supply a comprehensive list of links, but these may be of some interest...

The following provide links to a small number of journals which regularly publish QSAR papers

Free software for the calculation of physico-chemical properties (e.g. partition coefficient, aqueous solubility, Henry's law constant and much, much, more) is available from U.S. E.P.A. EPI Suite.

The following assorted links were supplied by Dr Ann Richard, of the United States Environmental Protection Agency. Again neither Dr Richard, nor members of the QSAR and Modelling Group can guarantee that these links will work, or certify the contents of these links. Please also be aware that many of these links are from commercial enterprises.

If you would further information regarding our work, or details of possible consultancy in the area of QSAR, please contact us.

Page last modified by Glenda Pennington on 14 November 2013.
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