ADVANCED COMPUTATIONAL STRUCTURAL INFORMATICS BY STEREOLITHOGRAPHY – A 3D PRINTINGJournal: Indo American Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences (IAJPS) (Vol.05, No. 01)
Publication Date: 2018-01-01
Authors : Kousar Begum Zarafsha Abbas Nukala Umasri K. Mounika;
Page : 492-501
Keywords : bio-informatics; 3D printing process and technologies; spriatam.;
Computational Structural Informatics is the discipline of science which investigates the structure and properties of scientific information, as well as the regularities and scientific information activity, its theory, history, methodology and organisation. The use of computers in solving information problems in the life sciences, mainly, it involves the creation of extensive electronic databases on structural informatics like 2D printing etc. Secondarily, it involves techniques such as the three-dimensional modelling of biomolecules and biologic systems. It is also used largely for the identification of new molecular targets for drug discovery. To explore computer graphics (1966/1967) as a means of coping with the 3D nature of chemistry and Physical models were useful accepted tools for chemists. This review explains about history, 3D printing like, 3D printing history, process, technologies and its applications. Key words: bio-informatics, 3D printing process and technologies, spriatam.
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