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TorsionAnalyzer: terms & conditions, references

important notice

  • TorsionAnalyzer may be used free of charge for academic research or evaluation purposes.
  • The TorsionAnalyzer version available for download does not contain the CSD histogram profiles. Their inclusion requires a license for the CSD available from the CCDC. For licensees of the CSD, an enhanced version will be made available soon.

terms & conditions

  • TorsionAnalyzer is a prototype developed by our academic partner at the Center for Bioinformatics (ZBH) of the University of Hamburg. No support is granted any warranty or liability is hereby expressly excluded. You use TorsionAnalyzer at your own risk!
  • Any publication in reference to TorsionAnalyzer must cite the original publication[1].
  • Please provide us your feedback. Also, if you are interested in a longer-term use or running TorsionAnalyzer on other operating systems, please let us know.


[1]Schärfer, C.; Schulz-Gasch, T.; Ehrlich, H.C.; Guba, W.; Rarey, M.; Stahl, M.
Torsion Angle Preferences in Drug-like Chemical Space: A Comprehensive Guide.
J. Med. Chem., 2013, 56 (5), pp 2016-2028
[2]Schulz-Gasch, T.; Schärfer, C.; Guba, W.; Rarey, M.
TFD: Torsion Fingerprints As a New Measure To Compare Small Molecule Conformations.
J. Chem. Inf. Model., 2012, 52 (6), pp 1499-1512
[3]Schärfer, C.; Schulz-Gasch, T.; Hert, J.; Heinzerling, L.; Schulz, B.; Inhester, T.; Stahl, M.; Rarey, M.
CONFECT: Conformations from an Expert Collection of Torsion Patterns
Chem. Med. Chem., 2013


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