Computer-assisted Drug Design (CADD) reviews the use of computational methods and how these can aid the drug discovery process. Experts review in-silico approaches for the design and improvement of drug properties. Techniques for modelling, analysing and optimization of properties including potency, selectivity and ADMET are presented. Methods discussed include the Quantitative Structure Activity Relationship (QSAR), ligand and structure-based, lead discovery and new directions. Ideal for students and researchers in chemistry, biochemistry, medicinal chemistry and pharmacology and scientists working in the pharmaceutical industries. Contents: valuable content available May 2009 as an individual volume; separate volumes will appeal to a wider chemistry, biochemistry and medicinal audience; priced for individual researcher as well as library purchase
Volume 1 Global Perspective (P. Kennewell).
Volume 2 Research and Development (W.H. Moos).
Volume 3 Technologies (H. Kubinyi).
Volume 4 Computer-Assisted Drug Design (J.S. Mason).
Volume 5 ADME-Tox Approaches
(B.Testa and H. van de Waterbeemd).
Volume 6 Therapeutic Areas I (M. Williams).
Volume 7 Therapeutic Areas II (J. Plattner and M.C. Desai).
Volume 8 Case Histories and Cumulative Subject Index
(J.B. Taylor and D.J. Triggle).
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