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HIVprotI: an integrated web based platform for prediction and design of HIV proteins inhibitors
[…] at the performance increased with the rise in the number and types of compounds (Table ). Moreover, there are certain online resources like PASS Online (www.way2drug.com/passonline), SuperPred  and ChemProt server  for deciphering the biological potential and targets of different chemical compounds using information of existing drugs, environmental chemicals and natural products databases. In […]
Predicting the Reliability of Drug target Interaction Predictions with Maximum Coverage of Target Space
[…] its set of predicted targets. Each method adopts a particular model type: supervised learning (e.g. Naïve Bayes Classifier, , TAMOSIC, Kernel Classifiers), unsupervised learning (e.g. SEA, SuperPred, ChemProt-2.0) or structure-based (e.g. TarFisDock, INVDOCK, PharmMapper). On the other hand, ligand-centric methods are based on calculating the similarity of a very large number of target-annotated m […]
Discovery 2: an interactive resource for the rational selection and comparison of putative drug target proteins in malaria
[…] protein drug targets, especially when the targets of compounds such as the GSK dataset with known activity against the parasite may be extrapolated using protein-ligand interaction databases such as ChemProt [,]. The Discovery resource attempts to use a similar approach in associating chemical compounds with malaria proteins using sequence homology, and also selective chemical similarity searches […]
Ranking Transitive Chemical Disease Inferences Using Local Network Topology in the Comparative Toxicogenomics Database
[…] umber of citations that report an interaction . However, in our experience, citation evidence does not always correlate well with the significance of a biological finding (e.g., new discoveries). The ChemProt database uses chemical-gene interactions, including those from CTD, to establish links between chemicals and diseases, but does not make novel inferences . DiseaseNet integrates networks of p […]
Identifying Novel Drug Indications through Automated Reasoning
[…] es of concepts within abstracts tend to generate too many hypotheses. Another direction for network-based approaches aims to uncover knowledge through the creation of biological networks. STITCH and ChemProt are examples of network-based approaches that take interactions extracted from literature and integrates with data from biological knowledge bases to create chemical compound-protein interac […]
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