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Type PyMOL Plugin
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Author(s) Janez Konc
This code has been put under version control in the project Pymol-script-repo


Currently, the most recent version can be obtained at the Insilab web page.


LiSiCA is a software for 2D and 3D ligand based virtual screening. It uses a fast maximum clique algorithm to find two- and three- dimensional similarities between reference compound and a database of target compounds in Mol2 format. The similarities are expressed using Tanimoto coefficients and the target compounds are ranked accordingly. LiSiCA is developed and maintained at National Institute of Chemistry, Slovenia.

LiSiCA Plugin is free for Academic (NON-COMMERCIAL) use. However, for COMMERCIAL use the potential users have to write to Janez Konc.

LiSiCA Plugin Features

  1. Graphical User Interface which facilitate the choice of parameters for LiSiCA.
  2. Results displayed according to the ranking in similarities as ..→
A Random PyMOL-generated Cover. See Covers.