These molecules were captured from the images and molecular files supplied with this paper. The Daylight toolkit was used for the storage and analysis, I would like to thank Daylight Chemical Information Systems, Inc. for the use of their software during my thesis. Most of the molecules in the conference were in a 2-dimensional format in the form of gifs, thus the best molecular format was the SMILES.
The 3-dimensional models of the SMILES were created using RUBICON and TDT2MOL from Daylight Chemical Information Systems, Inc. Stereo-chemistry was completely ignored. RUBICON did not parse molecules with R groups (* atom in SMILES) unless the R group was subsituted with 21F and a minor hack in TDT2MOL to recognise the fluorines.
Chris Leach 15 Jan 1997