Adaptive Systems in Drug Design

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Taylor & Francis, 2003 - Medical - 173 pages
A brief history of drug design presented to make clear that there are fashions in this important field and that they change rather rapidly. This is due in part to the fact that the way that a new paradigm is accepted in a drug company often does not depend on its scientific merit alone.

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Contents

A Conceptual Framework
3
Analysis of Chemical Space
32
Modeling StructureActivity Relationships
67
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Gisbert Schneider is Professor for Chemoinformatics and Bioinformatics at the University of Frankfurt (Germany). He studied Biochemistry, Medicine and Computer Science at the University of Berlin where he also obtained his PhD. He spent postdoctoral terms at the MIT in Cambridge, in Stockholm and Frankfurt before joining Hoffmann-La Roche in Basel. After five years in pharmaceutical research, he became the first Beilstein Professor for Chemoinformatics at the University of Franfurt. In 2006 he won the title "Professor of the Year" in the annual national contest run by the journal "Unicum."

Karl-Heinz Baringhaus is the Head of Computational Chemistry at Aventis Pharma in Frankfurt (Germany). He studied Chemistry at the University of M? where he also obtained his PhD degree. After a postdoctoral term at Stanford University he joined the Hoechst AG, where he was appointed head of Molecular Modeling and Computational Chemistry.

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