The Australian Computational Chemistry via the Internet Project


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  1. Quantitative Structure-Activity Relationships; Aims and Objectives
  2. QSAR: Introduction
  3. Parameter table
  4. Advantages/Disadvantages of QSAR
  5. Electronic Properties
  6. Steric Effects
  7. Hydrophobic Parameter
  8. Free Wilson Analysis
  9. Determining the Relationship between Structure and Activity
  10. Multiple Linear Regression (MLR)
  11. 3D QSAR
  12. Appendix
  13. References
  14. QSAR Glossary and Glossary References

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This module was produced by The Australian Computational Chemistry Via the Internet Project Team, and is copyright.

Project team: Brian Salter-Duke (Northern Territory University, now at Parkville Caampu of Monash University), Margaret Wong (Swinburne University of Technology), Ted Lloyd (Victoria College of Pharmacy, Monash University), Brian Yates (University of Tasmania) and Graeme Cross (Research Associate for the project based at Swinburme University of Technology)

Last updated: 9 May 2011