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Corina
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Corina is a computer program developed by the cheminformatics research group of Prof. Johann Gasteiger at the University of Erlangen, Germany. Corina automatically generates three-dimensional atomic coordinates from the constitution of a molecule as expressed by a connection table or linear code, and which is powerful and reliable to convert large databases of several hundreds of thousand or even millions of compounds. Its principal features are:

[FEFZIZ image] A superimposition of the experimentally determined structure of a cyclophane (CSD RefCode: FEFZIZ) and the CORINA built model (shown in red). The RMSXYZ deviation of all non-hydrogen atoms is 0.26 Å.

For more information, see the Corina Home Page at the University of Erlangen or the Corina Home Page at Molecular Networks.

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Page author: Martin Ott Last update: Wednesday, 1 September 2004