How to cite LigDig

You are free to use LigDig as per the terms and conditions. If you use LigDig in the course of generating work for publication you should cite the following article (and the related tools for the project that you used).

Primary citation

LigDig: a web server for querying ligand-protein interactions. Jonathan C Fuller, Michael Martinez, Stefan Henrich, Antonia Stank, Stefan Richter, Rebecca C Wade (2014) Bioinformatics (Oxford, England) p. 2-3

PMID: 25433696

Journal link: Bioinformatics Journal

Virtual Liver: SEEK

DOI: 10.1093/bioinformatics/btu784 Bibtex Mendeley

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