Search Molecule by InChIKey
Can I search for a molecule by its InChIKey?
Yes. You can search for a molecule by its InChIKey using the search tool prepared by FYIcenter.com. All you need to do is to enter an InChIKey, and click the "Submit" button below.
If a molecule is found for the given InChIKey, it will be loaded into a molecule editor below:
Molecule found by FYIcenter.com on for the given InChIKey:
Molecule ID: FYI-1002017 Edit
Molecule Names: BENZENE;
Molecule Structure InChIKey: UHOVQNZJYSORNB-UHFFFAOYSA-N
Molecule Structure SMILES String:
Download SDF Download SVG Structure in 2D SDF:
Download SDF Structure in 3D SDF:
Third party libraries used in this tool: "JSME Molecule Editor" by Peter Ertl and Bruno Bienfait, "3Dmol.js" by University of Pittsburgh, and "Open Babel: The Open Source Chemistry Toolbox" by Open Babel Developers.
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