Jenke Scheen, PhD CASE student from University of Edinburgh, welcomed to FEP team
This month we welcomed Jenke Scheen, a PhD student at the University of Edinburgh, to the FEP team. Jenke's placement ...
A program for automatic identification of bioisosteric analogs, scaffold hopping and fragment growing called IADE has been developed at Novartis Institutes for BioMedical Research. The system frees modelers from repetitive and time consuming tasks and allows them spend more time on creative work: evaluating and selecting the best ideas from automatically designed structures.
Cresset’s command line FieldAlign (now part of Forge) software was used by Novartis as follows:
Novartis’ work has been published in J. Comput. Aided Mol. Des, 26, 1207-1215 (2012) and can be read here.