Implementation of multi-criteria decision making (MCDM) tools in early drug discovery processes Marie Ledecq from UCB Pharma gave this presentation at the ACS National Spring Meeting 2013. Abstract The current trend in medicinal chemistry is to focus on high quality...
Exploring the chemical space of screening results Ed Champness gave this presentation at the ACS National Spring Meeting 2013. Abstract When faced with the results from a screening campaign it is essential use this data to quickly focus on the best chemistries for...
Knowledge based prediciton of toxicity David Watson gave this presentation at the “Addressing toxicity in drug discovery” workshop during the ACS National Spring Meeting 2013 Summary Toxicity of drug candidates is a major cause of expensive, late stage...
Finding Multi-parameter Rules for Successful Optimization Matt gave this presentation at the ACS National Spring Meeting 2013 in New Orleans. Abstract Multi-parameter optimization (MPO) is increasingly used in drug discovery to prioritise compounds against a profile...
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