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Demo Poster: Molecular Glyphs for Approved Drugs

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An example poster which shows a number of molecular glyphs, each of which represents a chemical data sheet with structures of FDA approved drugs. The glyphs can be captured using the (free) Living …

An example poster which shows a number of molecular glyphs, each of which represents a chemical data sheet with structures of FDA approved drugs. The glyphs can be captured using the (free) Living Molecules app, much the same way that QR codes are used.

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  • 1. Download Approved Drugs with the Living Molecules AppA B C DE F G HIJKL M N OP QR S TU..ZLiving Molecules is a free app for iPhones, iPods & iPads that uses thedevice camera to capture molecular glyphs. The the hexagons shownbelow represent sources of molecular data: download the app, aim thecamera target at the glyph, and it will decode the reference, downloadthe content, and display the molecules and data onscreen. It can also beimported and used with other chemistry apps, or exported using standarddata formats. The data encoded below is a collection of structures andreference information for FDA approved drugs, also made available inthe Approved Drugs app.Living Molecules Approved Drugs