PubChem peptide depictions

I’ve been doing some work on the peptide depictions generated by Sugar & Splice and thought it might be nice to show a variety of the more interesting structures that are present in PubChem.

The following animated gif shows examples of cyclic peptides, disulfide bridges, D-amino acids, terminal modifications as well as main-chain and side-chain modifications. The depiction style used is that recommended by IUPAC.morph

Note: To create the animated gif, I combined several pngs using ImageMagick (see this gist).

3 thoughts on “PubChem peptide depictions”

  1. The peptides are from PubChem. The depictions were generated from the PubChem SMILES using our own software, Sugar&Splice.

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