Analogue-based Drug Discovery III by Janos Fischer, C. Robin Ganellin, David P. Rotella

By Janos Fischer, C. Robin Ganellin, David P. Rotella

So much medicinal drugs are analogue medicines. There aren't any basic principles how a brand new drug might be found, however, there are a few observations which aid to discover a brand new drug, and in addition somebody tale of a drug discovery can start up and support new discoveries. quantity III is a continuation of the profitable booklet sequence with new examples of proven and lately brought medicinal drugs.
The significant a part of the ebook is written through key inventors both as a case examine or a research of an analogue classification. With its wide variety throughout quite a few healing fields and chemical periods, this can be of curiosity to nearly each researcher in drug discovery and pharmaceutical chemistry, and -- including the former volumes -- constitutes the 1st systematic method of drug analogue improvement.

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Exploring the chemical space covered by relevant journals and patent specifications is an important activity in medicinal chemistry projects due to the constant need to convert information into knowledge to support business decisions. This is also greatly aided by the unprecedented access to large quantities of data. A variety of commercial institutions now supply databases with high-quality, manually extracted structures of patent examples [28]. Following the advances in text mining technologies and improvements of the chemical named entity recognition (NER) process, several databases containing j25 26 j 2 Competition in the Pharmaceutical Drug Development automatically extracted chemical entities from patent specifications are also available [29–32].

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