sign in

HYDE: understand where to optimize

HYDE pinpoints unfavorable interactions (red atoms in the molecule on the left; oxygen points towards an oxygen) by the use of meaningful scores, thus highlighting where there is room for improvement. False positives belong to the past.
Your MedChem experience turns this immediately into ideas for an optimization. HYDE is happy to serve as a sparring partner in your brainstorming session. Favorable interactions (atoms colored in green) contribute favorably to binding.