Institution: University of New Mexico

The CARLSBAD Database: A Confederated Database of Chemical Bioactivities

May 21, 2013 - Publication
Many bioactivity databases offer information regarding the biological activity of small molecules on protein targets. Information in these databases is often hard to resolve with certaint…
tanimoto

Screen3D: a new high-throughput flexible alignment method

Sep 28, 2011 - Presentation
Among ligand-based virtual screening methods shape-based, ligand-centric approaches have shown promise in pharmaceutical drug design. Numerous comparisons of similarity methods were condu…
ursu

Mining promiscuous chemotypes in PubChem

Sep 28, 2011 - Presentation
Promiscuous compounds are associated with frequent hitters in HTS assays. We developed a method for rapid and automatic identification of chemotypes associated with frequent hitters based…
oleg ursu

Chemical Mixture Fingerprints and Applications

Sep 25, 2013 - Presentation
Chemical mixtures have important applications in pharmaceutical, cosmetics, flavor and other industries. Composition and stoichiometry of a mixture are required to have complete and corre…
olegursu

'Natural' Clustering: An approximate MCES algorithm used on WOMBAT

Sep 16, 2009 - Presentation
We describe a clustering procedure for chemical compounds, which can rapidly be deployed on large compound libraries. The procedure creates initial cluster seeds starting from fingerprint…
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PubChem data extraction and integration using Instant JChem

Aug 7, 2008 - Presentation
PubChem is the largest known public repository of biological and chemical data. One of the goals of PubChem is to archive and make the structure-bioactivity data available. The use of var…

Chapter 3.14 Bioactivity Databases

Apr 2, 2007 - Publication
The current drug discovery paradigm allocates a short period of time (3–12 months) for the process of lead identification. Thus, medicinal chemists have a rather short amount of time to…

Model-Free Drug-Likeness from Fragments

Jul 22, 2010 - Publication
Rapid in silico selection of target focused libraries from commercial repositories is an attractive and cost-effective approach when starting new drug discovery projects. If structures of…