C-QSAR: a database of 18, 000 QSARs and associated biological and physical data

  title={C-QSAR: a database of 18, 000 QSARs and associated biological and physical data},
  author={Alka Kurup},
  journal={Journal of computer-aided molecular design},
  volume={17 2-4},
The C-QSAR program is used to develop and search a database of over 18,000 equations that relate biological or physico-chemical properties of molecules to various molecular descriptors. The data used to derive the quantitative structure activity relationships (QSAR) are taken from various high quality journals. C-QSAR comprises two databases, one for structure-activity information biological systems (n = 9200) and the other for physical organic systems. Users can search the data in 20 different… CONTINUE READING


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