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Link to postPosted: Mon Jun 08, 2009 11:17 amPost subject: Archive of 2009 EUGM - presentations and posters Reply with quote

EUGM 2009 Presentations

Archive of all oral and poster presentations of the UGM 2009 Budapest.

This is the scientific presentation list ordered according to presentation sequence. Partner presentations and then Poster presentations follow.

If visitors would like to forward questions to authors please send an email to aa_at_chemaxon.com and I can forward to the author.

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Link to postPosted: Wed Jun 10, 2009 10:27 amPost subject: Out of the frying pan and into the fire Reply with quote

ORAL PRESENTATIONS
Title: Out of the frying pan and into the fire

Presenter: Alex Drijver

Institution: ChemAxon

Abstract:
First there were internal industry woes and reorganization, and then there came financial turmoil. ChemAxon perspectives on staying ahead in tumultuous times.

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Link to postPosted: Wed Jun 10, 2009 10:30 amPost subject: ChemAxon – What’s new Reply with quote

Title: ChemAxon – What’s new

Presenter: David Spender

Institution: ChemAxon

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Overview the current ChemAxon product lineup, both platform IT and discovery tools and highlight new and interesting functionalities introduced in the last year.

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Link to postPosted: Wed Jun 10, 2009 11:07 amPost subject: Compound databases and project management with Instant JChem Reply with quote

Title: Compound databases and project management with Instant JChem and JChem

Presenter: Gert Thijs

Institution: Silicos

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Silicos is a chemoinformatics-based biotechnology startup focusing on early-phase drug discovery. We have initiated several in-house drug discovery projects and also provides services in the field of virtual screening and de novo design using its proprietary technologies, SpectrophoresTM and CosmosTM. In this talk we would like to give some insight in the use of InstantJChem and JChem in our day-to-day research and project work. To support our in-house development, we needed to set up a small, but rapidly expanding, compound registration system in which we could store both purchased and synthesized compounds. The first goal is to be able to keep track of where compounds came from and how much and in which state they are stored. But more importantly the system should also be easily extensible with biological data as the compounds are tested in the lab in the different projects. To facilitate the maintenance of the database we developed several small programs to upload new compounds and keep the data consistent. In case of our virtual screening activities we created a large database of more than 6 million commercially available compounds, called Simosa. These compounds have all been processed in a standardized way to make them ready for deployment with our virtual screening tools on our cluster. In this setup we need to have easy access to the vendor data of a specific compound and to find structurally similar compounds. The main challenge here is to keep the database up to date with new vendor catalogs and keep track of the older and unavailable compounds so that we can easily order compounds. Since the database is very large it is important to provide an interface to the modelers where they can create subsets of compounds which can be handled more conveniently on their local laptop with InstantJChem. To make these databases accessible we combined both the power of InstantJChem and JChem to create small command line programs that can be easily called from our scripts to query the databases.

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Link to postPosted: Wed Jun 10, 2009 11:43 amPost subject: Marvin features and news Reply with quote

Title: Marvin features and news

Presenter: Ákos Papp

Institution: ChemAxon

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The Marvin package consists of applications for drawing and visualization of chemical structures and reactions. This presentation will focus on the main features of MarvinSketch and MarvinView, giving special attention to the latest improvements, like transparent images, enhanced bracket drawing, or accelerated viewing of huge structure files. Details on the ongoing developments, like the .Net and the lite versions, as well as the future plans will also be disclosed.

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Link to postPosted: Wed Jun 10, 2009 12:02 pmPost subject: Title: What's new in JChem back-end and Markush storage, sea Reply with quote

Title: What's new in JChem back-end and Markush storage, search and enumeration.

Presenter: Szabolcs Csepregi

Institution: ChemAxon

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JChem Base is a chemical database management toolkit to handle molecules, chemical reactions and Markush structures and associated data (user-defined or predicted), stored in relational databases. JChem Cartridge provides similar functionality highly integrated into Oracle as well as an Oracle interface to other ChemAxon products.

This presentation will overview the two above systems, with special attention to Markush structure storage, searching and enumeration. Latest and near future developments will also be introduced including: position variation queries and repeating groups, attached data and polymer representation, undefined R-atom searching, homology groups (alkyl, aryl, etc.), performance improvements, example AJAX client and Web Services interface, new metrics and other improvements for similarity search, installation improvements, registration system API.

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Link to postPosted: Wed Jun 10, 2009 12:42 pmPost subject: Developing with ChemAxon at Evotec - some case studies Reply with quote

Title: Developing with ChemAxon at Evotec - some case studies

Presenter: Catherine Reisser

Institution: Evotec

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At Evotec we have been developing software using ChemAxon tools for more than five years.  This talk will provide an insight into some of the applications that we have been building over the past year - including a new Web 2.0 Compound Ordering system connected to our own compound supplier database and the Symyx ACD and our ERP system, enhancements to our registration system that we introduced last year including handling tautomers, overlap searching and export preferences using the JChem cartridge.

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Link to postPosted: Wed Jun 10, 2009 12:48 pmPost subject: Interfacing the JChem Suite outside of Java (Web Services, . Reply with quote

Title: Interfacing the JChem Suite outside of Java (Web Services, .NET, and SQL)

Presenter: Jonathan Lee

Institution: ChemAxon

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Discover the alternative interfaces to the JChem Suite of tools without direct Java programming.  This will be an introductory look at the Web Services architecture and the services available.  Other .NET and SQL interfaces will be discussed, such as JNBridge and Cartridge.

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Link to postPosted: Wed Jun 10, 2009 12:50 pmPost subject: Complementarity between Public and Commercial Databases of B Reply with quote

Title: Complementarity between Public and Commercial Databases of Bioactive Compounds

Presenter: Sorel Muresan

Institution: AstraZeneca

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Since 2004 public cheminformatic databases and their collective functionality for exploring relationships between compounds, protein sequences, literature and assay data have advanced dramatically. In parallel, commercial sources that extract and curate such relationships from journals and patents have also been expanding.
         
This work updates a previous comparative study [Southan, C.; Varkonyi, P.; Muresan, S. Current Topics in Medicinal Chemistry 2007, 7, 1502] of databases chosen because of their bioactive content, availability of downloads and facility to select informative subsets.

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Link to postPosted: Wed Jun 10, 2009 12:51 pmPost subject: Command line tools of ChemAxon: tips and tricks Reply with quote

Title: Command line tools of ChemAxon: tips and tricks

Presenter: György Pirok

Institution: ChemAxon

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ChemAxon offers a comprehensive API for programmers accessing all classes and functionalities of the JChem toolkit. Database developers often use SQL statements via the ChemAxon cartidge for the same purpose and chemists can enjoy the graphical applications like Instant JChem. It is less known, however, that ChemAxon provides a rich set of command line utilities that are sometimes more simple and powerful than the above mentioned interfaces. Some command line utilities will be demonstrated presenting how you can convert molecules, how to store calculated properties and complex descriptors in SDFile fields, and how to search quickly in files or databases....

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Link to postPosted: Wed Jun 10, 2009 12:54 pmPost subject: Cheminformatics in the Cloud Reply with quote

 

Title: Cheminformatics in the Cloud

Presenter: Michael Dippolito

Institution: DeltaSoft

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In response to increasing demand for software as a service and hosted cheminformatics solutions, DeltaSoft and ChemAxon have teamed up to provide a suite of fully hosted applications, including compound registration, inventory, bioassay, and structure activity searching and reporting.  The hosted solutions free IT groups from the installation, ongoing maintenance and upgrades of hardware and software infrastructure.  Users can access applications and data anywhere from a web browser.  The details of this approach and various implementation options will be discussed in this presentation.

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Link to postPosted: Wed Jun 10, 2009 12:56 pmPost subject: Pipeline Pilot Integration Reply with quote

Title: Pipeline Pilot Integration

Presenter: Szilárd Dóránt

Institution: ChemAxon

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The presentation covers some of the new features and recent improvements of the 'ChemAxon for Pipeline Pilot' component collection, as well as our plans for future development.

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Link to postPosted: Wed Jun 10, 2009 1:04 pmPost subject: The Pistoia Alliance: An Emerging Cross-pharma Collaboration Reply with quote

Title: The Pistoia Alliance: An Emerging Cross-pharma Collaboration

Presenter: Richard Bolton

Institution: GlaxoSmithKline

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An Open Source initiative known as the Pistoia Partnership has been established to streamline non-competitive elements of the pharmaceutical drug discovery workflow by the specification of common business terms, relationships and processes. Initial focus has been on chemistry, biological screening and sample logistics.

Every pharma company & software vendor is challenged by the technical interconversion, collation and interpretation of drug/agrochemical discovery data, and as such, there is a vast amount of duplication, conversion and testing that could be reduced if a common foundation of data standards, ontologies and web-services could be established within a nonproprietary and non-competitive framework. Such would allow interoperability between a traditionally diverse set of technologies to benefit the healthcare sector.

Through global collaboration, this pragmatic community will derive, instantiate and make available web-services for consumption by Academic institutions, Vendors and Companies under an Open Source framework.
       
We will describe current progress, learnings and how companies, academics and others can participate in this approach.

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Link to postPosted: Wed Jun 10, 2009 1:11 pmPost subject: ChemAxon in 3D Reply with quote

Title: ChemAxon in 3D

Presenters: Miklós Vargyas

Institutions: ChemAxon

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Conventional ChemAxon technologies focus on bare topological features of molecules and ChemAxon has been recognised as a 2-dimensional company that provides cheminformatics tools. Yet, ChemAxon has been active in the 3D world of molecular modeling for some time. The first break with the 2D tradition was marked by the release of the 3D structure generator that later evolved into a 3D multi-conformation plugin. The next milestone was the release of MarvinSpace, our 3D molecular structure and surface visualiser tool.
       
The most recent developments include 3D flexible alignment, 3D volume overlay and 3D virtual screening by 3D molecular descriptors.

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Link to postPosted: Wed Jun 10, 2009 1:14 pmPost subject: Universal chemistry searching in text documents Reply with quote

Title: Universal chemistry searching in text documents

Presenter: Lutz Weber

Institution: ChemAxon

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OCMiner is OntoChem’s chemistry aware semantic search engine. Based on UIMA, OCMiner allows to annotate and subsequently search various information sources with concepts from chemistry, biology and related disciplines. Chemical structure searching, including sub-structure and similarity searches using ChemAxon functionalities as well as ontology based concepts are added to a Lucene based free text searching.


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Link to postPosted: Wed Jun 10, 2009 1:15 pmPost subject: IUPAC Naming and chemicalize.org Reply with quote

Title: IUPAC Naming and chemicalize.org

Presenter: Daniel Bonniot de Ruisselet

Institution: ChemAxon

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A very large number of web pages, patents, text, office and PDF documents contain chemical names, which constitute valuable information. However, since the names are mixed in the text, without specific markup or associated chemical representation, it can be very difficult to identify and use this information. We present a set of technologies that solve this problem by detecting chemical names inside free text, converting the names to chemical structures, and annotating the original document with this added information. These technologies are combined to power the chemicalize.org website, a free public service that acts as a proxy rendering any publicly accessible website with added chemical annotations. With these annotations it then becomes possible to perform rich chemical searches (for instance sub/super-structure searches) on the set of indexed documents. We present the underlying name-to-structure and structure-to-name tools, and their improvements over the past year.


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Link to postPosted: Wed Jun 10, 2009 1:17 pmPost subject: Chemical Entity extraction using the chemicalize.org -techno Reply with quote

Title: Chemical Entity extraction using the chemicalize.org -technology

Presenter: Josef Scheiber

Institution: Novartis Pharma

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We will present an early implementation of the chemicalize.org-technology (chemical entity recognition + name2struct) into a tool that is used for text mining purposes.
         
This will enable users to paste any text from any source and possible entities are recognized (other technologies + dictionaries used for biology etc.) to enable further analyses. Possible use cases are also shown.

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Link to postPosted: Thu Jun 11, 2009 7:59 amPost subject: Chemical data management in the real world - buy or develop, Reply with quote

Title: Chemical data management in the real world - buy or develop, data sharing and helping the scientists to work more effectively

Presenter: Ian Berry

Institution: Evotec

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In the current climate, cost and effectiveness is vital for survival.  At Evotec we are seeking to improve our ability to manage chemical data, to share that data more effectively with our clients and to allow our scientists to work more efficiently through automation of data management.  The decision to buy software such as an ELN, or products such as Instant JChem help to provide the scientists with the basic tools to do their job.  By enhancing these through integration, extension and enhancement by our in-house software team we aim to allow them to do their job in a more efficient and (cost-)effective way.  This talk will discuss our decision process for choosing an ELN (to work with ChemAxon tools), our plans for Instant JChem and data sharing with clients.

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Link to postPosted: Thu Jun 11, 2009 8:01 amPost subject: Instant JChem - current status and what's coming soon Reply with quote

Title: Instant JChem - current status and what's coming soon

Presenter: Tim Dudgeon

Institution: ChemAxon

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Instant JChem is ChemAxon's desktop cheminformatics solution for chemists and biologists. Current features includes powerful import/export functionality supporting a wide range of data formats, reporting using SAR tables and a form builder, sophisticated structure and non-structure search capabilities and the ability to design and manage local and remote chemical databases.   

This talk will describe how these basic features are now being extended to meet the needs of customers who are wanting to use IJC as a reporting tool and to manage more complex types of data.

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Link to postPosted: Thu Jun 11, 2009 8:02 amPost subject: Training pKa and logP prediction Reply with quote

Title: Training pKa and logP prediction

Presenter: József Szegezdi

Institution: ChemAxon

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pKa and logP prediction methods are based only on a limited number of molecule types in the training set. The accuracy of these models is not always satisfactory. Practically, in most cases only those types of structures will be predicted correctly which were present in the training set. We decided to develop a training method for the pKa and the logP calculations to allow users to build models relevant for their structures.
       
The identification of acidic and basic ionization centers is defined in our default pKa prediction module. 120 predefined atom types are implemented in the logP prediction model. The learning algorithm is based on a linear regression method called as Single Value Decomposition (SVD). The training set, a collection of experimental pKa or logP values, should be provided by the user. The collected data should be imported as an SDF or MRV file, which can be compiled for example using Instant JChem.

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Link to postPosted: Thu Jun 11, 2009 8:09 amPost subject: A knowledge-based approach for reaction generation Reply with quote

Title: A knowledge-based approach for reaction generation: development, validation and applications

Presenter: Dimitar Hristozov

Institution: Eli Lilly

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We present a new method for knowledge-based driven reaction generation. The structural changes at the reaction centre are described using reaction vectors1. The reaction vectors are derived automatically from a database of known organic reactions even when no atom-atom mapping information is available. A structure generation algorithm which allows the application of reaction vectors to previously unseen starting materials has been developed. The method reproduces known reactions with a success rate higher than 90%. Its applications in different medicinal chemistry related scenarios and its implementation using Knime2 and ChemAxon’s libraries are discussed.

1 Patel, H., Bodkin, M.J., Chen, B., Gillet, V.J.A Knowledge-Based Approach to De Novo Design Using Reaction Vectors, J. Chem. Inf. Model., 2009, accepted for publication
2 KoNstanz Information MinEr (KNIME), http://www.knime.org/

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Title: Prediction of xenobiotic metabolism and major metabolites

Presenter: György Pirok

Institution: ChemAxon

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Compounds foreign to an organism's normal biochemistry are metabolized by enzymatically catalysed biotransformations. That process plays an important role in the detoxification of poisonous molecules, but sometimes intermediers themselves can be responsible for toxic effects. The  prediction of metabolic fate is a complex problem, yet it can help in the evaluation of experimental results, in the estimation of metabolic stability, as well as the early identification of potential toxicity risks. A new software application called Metabolizer has been developed to enumerate all metabolites and to predict the major ones of the given drugs or other xenobiotics. The results can be influenced by the replacement or the modification of the biotransformation libraries used. The prediction model and the calculations of the key indicators will be explained, and the first release version of the Metabolizer application will be introduced.

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Link to postPosted: Thu Jun 11, 2009 8:20 amPost subject: Applying ChemAxon name-to-structure technology to SureChem p Reply with quote

Title: New kid on the block: Applying ChemAxon name-to-structure technology to SureChem patent chemistry database

Presenter: Nicholas Goncharoff

Institution: SureChem

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SureChem's database of more than 9 million chemical structures is generated by extracting chemical names from full text patents and converting them to chemical structures using a suite of name-to-structure conversion tools. SureChem has performed an evaluation of ChemAxon's newly developed name to structure toolkit, comparing the results to those obtained by the other tools in SureChem's current production pipeline. Results of that comparison and suggestions for future developments will be discussed.

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Link to postPosted: Thu Jun 11, 2009 8:23 amPost subject: JChem for Excel Reply with quote

Title: JChem for Excel

Presenter: Tamás Pelcz

Institution: ChemAxon

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JChem for Excel allows scientists to use ChemAxon toolkit in Microsoft's familiar spreadsheet application. Easily add, edit (on double click) and delete structures, with undo support. Structures move and size with cells, so operations such as copy(cut) - paste, sorting and filtering run smoothly. Import structures/data from, and export to popular chemical file formats, and import from various databases. Calculate molecular properties with the help of custom chemical excel functions.

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Link to postPosted: Thu Jun 11, 2009 8:25 amPost subject: Chemistry searching in the cloud based ELN, iLabber Reply with quote

Title: Chemistry searching in the cloud based ELN, iLabber

Presenter: Andy Mott

Institution: Contur Software

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An electronic lab notebook (ELN) contains a lot of unstructured data including chemical structures and reactions. A cloud based ELN does not allow for customization or integration with other systems. Chemical searching must be enabled in a way that allows users to find their information without restricting the way they enter data. The way iLabber uses the Jchem to meet this will be discussed.

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Link to postPosted: Thu Jun 11, 2009 8:27 amPost subject: The New JKlustor Suite Reply with quote

Title: The New JKlustor Suite

Presenter: Miklós Vargyas

Institution: ChemAxon

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JKlustor, ChemAxon's first package providing capabilities beyond the core cheminformatics, offers versatile clustering techniques. Diverse problems ranging form crude clustering of million structure company database to fine scale hierarchical clustering of VHTS hit sets can be tackled by the most appropriate method. Some of these will be presented on worked examples.

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Link to postPosted: Fri Jun 12, 2009 9:14 amPost subject: Application of in silico Profiling to Drug Repurposing using Reply with quote

POSTER PRESENTATIONS

Title: Application of in silico Profiling to Drug Repurposing using AurPROFILER.

Presenter: Olivier Barberan


Institution: Aureus Pharma

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Link to postPosted: Fri Jun 12, 2009 10:42 amPost subject: Metabolic Pathway Builder Reply with quote

Title: Metabolic Pathway Builder: Connecting, completing and exploring biochemical and genomic data

Presenter: Sophie Huet, Pierre-Emmanuel Ciron

Institution: Genostar

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The knowledge on the connections between the genome, the proteome and the metabolome of an organism is a key to a global understanding of the dynamics of its cells: the metabolic reactions, which produce energy and transform small molecules necessary for the cell to operate, are catalyzed by enzymes, which, as proteins, are synthesized according to the information coded in the genes. Metabolic Pathway Builder (MPB) has been designed to help biologists annotating genomic sequences, i.e. identifying the coding sequences and characterizing the proteins they code for. Some of these proteins are enzymes and MPB provides methods for predicting the metabolic reactions they catalyze. MPB makes use of the Chemaxon library for managing and displaying chemical compounds and metabolic reactions. In MPB, the links between genes, proteins and reactions are indeed modeled in a large entity - relationship network that can be browsed and queried. For instance, in the context of spectrometry analysis, a powerful query relies on the structural search facility of JChem Base. It retrieves all the metabolites which share a chemical substructure; the metabolic reactions and pathways which involve these metabolites can be further identified and displayed by MPB, together with the genes the products of which catalyze the reactions of the pathways. Integrating other functions provided by the Chemaxon library will allow Metabolic Pathway Builder to extend its capacities further in the direction of chemoinformatics. Genostar is particularly interested in increasing the connections between its software modules and external biochemical and chemical databases, and the 3D-visualization capabilities.

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Title: Developing a JChem based web application for searching compounds in vendor databases

Presenter: Márk Sándor, Dániel Kozma, László Molnár

Institution: Richter Gideon

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Using JChem Cartridge and JChem Base functionalities a web application was developed for searching in vendor databases collected by the molecular modelling group of Gedeon Richter plc. The initial state of lead discovery usually begins with virtual screening, our web application and the underlaying database serves as starting point for our virtual screening studies.

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Title: Evaluating small molecular libraries using molecular docking and binding profile analysis.

Presenter: Annamária F. Ángyán1,2, Gábor Iván1,2 and Vince Grolmusz1,2

Institutions: 1 Protein Information Technology Group, Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest, Hungary, 2 URATIM Ltd., Nyíregyháza, Hungary

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In drug design and discovery, biologically active small molecules are identified, then their derivatives are screened for better biological or pharmacological properties. In this optimization phase it is frequently helpful to generate large sets of small molecules by exchanging some parts of the basic, biologically active molecule to numerous molecular fragments. This way thousands of molecular derivatives called molecular libraries can be automatically generated. In most of the cases biological activity of small molecules depends on binding to large protein molecules in the cell. In this work we present some mathematical tools capable of evaluating the binding of molecular libraries to protein molecules, yielding tools for drug discovery and design.




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PARTNER LIGHTNING PRESENTATIONS

Partners presenting:

  • Agilent Technologies
  • Aureus Pharma
  • Biochemfusion
  • c.a.r.u.s. HMS GmbH
  • Elsevier Information Systems GmbH
  • Founder Software
  • Genostar
  • Linguamatics
  • Molport (presentation not available)
  • Synaptic Science

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 Description:  Linguamatics

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