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Article ID: 1093 - Last Modified: January 21, 2011

When running LigPrep, is the bmin stage required?

Yes. Failure to run the bmin stage can result in retention of structures that have steric clashes, unrealistic stereochemistry, and parts that remain in 2D. Running bmin not only relieves clashes where possible and eliminates structures where this is not possible, but is responsible for ensuring that the 3D structures are of high quality.

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