Crystallography Open Database





Open-access collection of crystal structures of organic, inorganic, metal-organic compounds and minerals, excluding biopolymers.

Including data and software from CrystalEye, developed by Nick Day at the department of Chemistry, the University of Cambridge under supervision of Peter Murray-Rust.

All data on this site have been placed in the public domain by the contributors.

News

2014-04-15 During the visit of Peter Murray-Rust in the Vilnius University Institute of Biotechnology, the COD was merged with the data from CrystalEye, and started using Jumbo Converters to generate lists of chemically interesting moieties and fragments. Read more

2014-04-14 Two RSS feeds for exploring the COD have been launched: "What's New on COD" and "New Structures in COD". Read more

COD Advisory Board thanks The Research Council of Lithuania for their financial support of the publication
"Crystallography Open Database (COD): an open-access collection of crystal structures and platform for world-wide collaboration" ,
Nucleic Acids Research.
(2012) PDF version

We thank Crystal Impact GbR for their financial support of the publication
"Crystallography Open Database - an open-access collection of crystal structures" ,
J. Appl. Crystallogr.
(2009) PDF version

Currently there are 277691 entry in the COD.
Latest deposited structure: 7112623 on 2014-04-23 at 11:26:14 UTC

Crystallography Open Database

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Advisory Board

Daniel Chateigner, Xiaolong Chen, Marco Ciriotti,
Robert T. Downs, Saulius Gra┼żulis, Werner Kaminsky, Armel Le Bail, Luca Lutterotti,
Yoshitaka Matsushita, Peter Moeck, Peter Murray-Rust, Miguel Quirós Olozábal,
Hareesh Rajan, Alexandre F.T. Yokochi

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Acknowledgements

The Vilnius development group was financed (2010 – 2011) by the Research Council of Lithuania, contract No. MIP-124/2010


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