Prof. Sharon Bryant – InteLigand Software Entwicklungs und Consulting Mariahilferstrasse 74 B1070 Wien (Austria) – firstname.lastname@example.org
The standard of widely used chemical databases, such as Zinc and PubChem, will be adopted for the definition of “in-house” 3D catalogs using, as ligand entries, the compounds synthetized and/or extracted by the WG1 participants. Such a database (DB) will be not only limited to the list of proprietary compounds, but will include the large tree of metabolites computationally predicted by specific algorithms. The ultimate objective is the creation of the MuTaLig DB.
- defining best file formats and requirements for an easy and exhaustive implementation of chemical databases based on the WG1 information;
- developing computational protocols for the metabolic prediction of the chemical DB;
- managing the MuTaLig DB for the COST Action and depositing it for further investigations. The Chemoteca database will be maintained in order to serve the Medicinal Chemistry community at least for further two years after the Action conclusion.
- compiling the chemical database of the COST Action based on “in-house” compounds;
- performing the metabolite prediction and extend the chemical database of the COST Action into the MuTaLig DB;
- identifying cross-references between the MuTaLig DB and other chemical databases.
- reviewing and optimizing computational tools for creating chemical databases.
- performing metabolite predictions from the “in-house” chemical catalog and finalize the MuTaLig DB.
- maintaining MuTaLig DB to new entry implementations.
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