Bioactivity databases | Chemical informatics data analysis

Bioactivity databases | Chemical informatics data analysis A wealth of information on the activity of small molecules and biotherapeutics exists in the literature, and access to this information can enable many types of drug discovery analysis and decision making. For example: selection of tool compounds for probing targets or pathways of interest; identification of potential off-target activities of compounds which may pose safety concerns, explain existing side effects or suggest new applications for old compounds; analysis of structure–activity relationships (SAR) for a compound series of interest; assessment of in vivo absorption, distribution, metabolism, excretion and toxicity (ADMET) properties; or construction of predictive models for use in selection of compounds potentially active against a new target. Access to this information is especially important due to the continuing shift in fundamental research on disease mechanisms from the private to public sectors.
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