Molecular Operating Environment
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Molecular Operating Environment (MOE) is a drug discovery software platform that integrates visualization, modeling and simulations, as well as methodology development, in one package. MOE scientific applications are used by biologists, medicinal chemists and computational chemists in pharmaceutical, biotechnology and academic research. MOE runs on Windows, Linux, Unix, and macOS. Main application areas in MOE include structure-based design, fragment-based design, pharmacophore discovery, medicinal chemistry applications, biologics applications, protein and antibody modeling, molecular modeling and simulations, cheminformatics & QSAR. The Scientific Vector Language (SVL) is the built-in command, scripting and application development language of MOE.
|Developer(s)||Chemical Computing Group|
|Written in||Scientific Vector Language|
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- Official website
- MOE Structure-Based Design
- MOE Fragment-Based Design
- MOE Pharmacophore Discovery
- MOE Medicinal Chemistry Applications
- MOE Biologics Applications
- MOE Protein and Antibody Modeling
- MOE Molecular Modeling and Simulations
- MOE Cheminformatics and QSAR
- MOE Methods Development and Deployment
- Chemical Computing Group