Computer aided Drug Design BOC Sciences



October 15, 2018

Computer-aided drug design (CADD) is a widely used technology using computational tools and resources for the storage, management, analysis and modeling of compounds. It relies on digital repositories for study of designing compounds with physicochemical characteristics, predicting whether a given molecule will be combined with the target, and if so how strongly. Computer based methods can help us to search new hits in drug discovery, screen many irrelevant compounds at the same time and study the structure-activity relationship of drug molecules.


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