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Predicting the binding structure of a small molecule ligand to a protein, which is critical to drug design.
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Atomic Convolutional Networks for Predicting Protein-Ligand Binding Affinity
The atomic convolutional neural network is trained to predict the experimentally determined binding affinity of a protein-ligand complex by direct calculation of the energy associated with the complex, protein, and ligand given the crystal structure of the binding pose.
SHREC 2022: Protein-ligand binding site recognition
This paper presents the methods that have participated in the SHREC 2022 contest on protein-ligand binding site recognition.
Target Specific De Novo Design of Drug Candidate Molecules with Graph Transformer-based Generative Adversarial Networks
DrugGEN can be used to design completely novel and effective target-specific drug candidate molecules for any druggable protein, given target features and a dataset of experimental bioactivities.
Using the Fast Fourier Transform in Binding Free Energy Calculations
According to implicit ligand theory, the standard binding free energy is an exponential average of the binding potential of mean force (BPMF), an exponential average of the interaction energy between the ligand apo ensemble and a rigid receptor.
DeepAtom: A Framework for Protein-Ligand Binding Affinity Prediction
The cornerstone of computational drug design is the calculation of binding affinity between two biological counterparts, especially a chemical compound, i. e., a ligand, and a protein.
DEEPScreen: high performance drug–target interaction prediction with convolutional neural networks using 2-D structural compound representations
The identification of physical interactions between drug candidate compounds and target biomolecules is an important process in drug discovery.
Assigning Confidence to Molecular Property Prediction
Introduction: Computational modeling has rapidly advanced over the last decades, especially to predict molecular properties for chemistry, material science and drug design.
DOCKSTRING: easy molecular docking yields better benchmarks for ligand design
The field of machine learning for drug discovery is witnessing an explosion of novel methods.
Direct Molecular Conformation Generation
Molecular conformation generation aims to generate three-dimensional coordinates of all the atoms in a molecule and is an important task in bioinformatics and pharmacology.
A biologically-inspired multi-modal evaluation of molecular generative machine learning
While generative models have recently become ubiquitous in many scientific areas, less attention has been paid to their evaluation.