Making Priors a Priority Publication This article was published in J. Comp. Aided Mol. Design (DOI 10.1007/s10822-010-9388-7) and discusses a critical issue that the community needs to address address in order to use the predictive models that we build to the greatest...
Poster: Guiding Focused Design of Potent Leads with Improved Metabolic Stability Matt presented this poster at ISSX in September 2010. Abstract: A number of methods have been developed for the prediction of regioselectivity of metabolism by the major drug metabolising...
Poster: Predicting Regioselectivity and Lability of Cytochrome P450 Matt presented this poster at ISSX in October 2011. Abstract: Many computational methods have been developed that predict the regioselectivity of metabolism by drug metabolising isoforms of the...
Poster: Automatic Generation and Validation of QSAR Toxicity Models Matt presented this poster at ISSX in October 2011. Abstract: Whether compounds are intended as drugs, cosmetics, agrochemicals or for other industrial application, it is essential to understand their...
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