Computational Chemistry

World Tuberculosis Day 2020

Each year, we commemorate World Tuberculosis (TB) Day on March 24. To make a practical contribution to the World Tuberculosis Day activities worldwide, our Company is offering a number of focused libraries for tuberculosis research and drug discovery.

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23 march 2020, 12:18    Andrew Golub Computational Chemistry

ALK Tyrosine Kinase: Computational Models and a Dedicated Screening Library by Life Chemicals

Life Chemicals provided computational models for the human ALK kinases for its recently published paper and presents a dedicated ALK Tyrosine Kinase Focused Library of potential anaplastic lymphoma kinase inhibitors by the ligand-based approach.

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10 march 2020, 12:45    Dariia Samofalova Computational Chemistry

Rare Disease Day 2020

Rare disease (or «orphan) affects less than 1 person in 2,000. There are over 7,000 known rare diseases and each year dozens more are discovered. In light of the Rare Disease Day 2020, Life Chemicals is offering its screening compound libraries to support drug discovery projects in this field.

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27 february 2020, 18:16    Andrew Golub Computational Chemistry

World Cancer Day 2020: “I Am and I Will”

2020 marks the midway point of the 3-year ‘I Am and I Will’ campaign, an empowering call-to-action urging for personal commitment and represents the power of individual action taken now to impact the future. Supporting the World Cancer Day initiative, Life Chemicals offers a featured list of its cancer therapy-related products (Targeted and Focused Libraries).

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31 january 2020, 15:50    Andrew Golub Computational Chemistry

Diversity-based Screening of Compound Libraries in Drug Discovery

High-throughput screening (HTS) allowed rapid bioactivity profile exploration of large compound libraries in order to improve the chances of identifying (diverse) hits for further investigation. The diversity-based library design attempts to explore appropriate chemical space by optimizing biological relevance and compound diversity in order to provide multiple starting points for further hit/lead development

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28 january 2020, 16:30    Andrew Golub Computational Chemistry