Structure-based (SBDD) and ligand-based (LBDD) drug design are extremely important and active areas of research in both the academic and commercial realms. This book provides a complete snapshot of the field of computer-aided drug design and associated experimental approaches. Topics covered include X-ray crystallography, NMR, fragment-based drug design, free energy methods, docking and scoring, linear-scaling quantum calculations, QSAR, pharmacophore methods, computational ADME-Tox, and drug discovery case studies. A variety of authors from academic and commercial institutions all over the world have contributed to this book, which is illustrated with more than 200 images. This is the only book to cover the subject of structure and ligand-based drug design, and it provides the most up-to-date information on a wide range of topics for the practising computational chemist, medicinal chemist, or structural biologist. Professor Kenneth Merz has been selected as the recipient of the 2010 ACS Award for Computers in Chemical a Pharmaceutical Research that recognizes the advances he has made in the use of quantum mechanics to solve biological and drug discovery problems.2001, 7, 567a597. 24. G Iuner, O. F. History ... Havel, T. F.;Kuntz, I. D.; Crippen, G. M. The theory andpractice of distance geometry. Bull. Math. ... Hawkins, D. M.; Young, S. S.; Rusinko, A. Analysis of a large structure-activity data set using recursive partitioning. Quant. Struct. ... Chang, G.; Guida, W.; Still, W. C. An internal coordinate Monte Carlo method for searching conformational space. J. Am. Chem. ... Schonemann, P. Ageneralized solution of the orthogonal pro- crustes problem.
|Author||:||Kenneth M. Merz, Jr, Dagmar Ringe, Charles H. Reynolds|
|Publisher||:||Cambridge University Press - 2010-05-31|