With this tool, standard line-notations like "ph-coo-ph" can be converted into a chemical structure, which in turn can be used (and edited if necessary) for the 'Search by Drawing- '/ 'Compare Compounds by Drawing'-function or into the Structure-Editor.
Three line-notation modes exist:
Protein three-letter peptides
Protein one-letter peptides
Below find the example of a liquid crystal fragment:
and an example of a proteine one-letter peptide:
This structure displays the protein "LIQCRYST" (Leu-Ile-Gln-Cys-Arg-Tyr-Ser-Thr)