v1.6.0 with PocketPickker
Caveat Emptor: We accept no responsibility for errors arising from the use of this service. It is provided in the hope that it will be useful, but you must use it at your own risk.

Welcome to DOCK Blaster, a public access service for structure-based ligand discovery. DOCK Blaster aims to answer the question: What small molecules should I purchase and test for activity against my biological target for which I have a structure?

This is version 1.6.0, now featuring the PocketPickker (CLIPPERS). If you use the PocketPickker (CLIPPERS), please cite: Coleman and Sharp, J. Chem. Inf. Model., 2010, 50 (4), pp 589-603. This is now the only version available. Please write us if it does not do what you need.
DOCK Blaster is provided by the Irwin and Shoichet Laboratories in the Department of Pharmaceutical Chemistry at the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF). To cite DOCK Blaster, please reference Irwin, Shoichet, Mysinger et al., "Automated docking screens: a feasibility study.", J. Med. Chem. 2009, 52(18), pp 5712-5720.

Terms of use   Privacy policy   Questions, Bug reports, Feature requests   Thanks to NIGMS! GM71896
This is not an official UCSF website. The opinions or statements expressed herein should not be taken as a position of or endorsement by the University of California, San Francisco.
Copyright 2009-2024 John Irwin and the UC Regents