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Autumn 2015 Newsletter

Autumn 2015 Newsletter

Welcome to the Autumn 2015 Newsletter from CompChem Solutions Limited.

In our autumnal edition we feature a personal perspective on the recent SCI/RSC Medicinal Chemistry Symposium, including an article from Al Dossetter of MedChemica Ltd on their collaborative approach to matched molecular pairs analysis and predictive ADMET which he presented on at the symposium.   With the recent press focus on artificial intelligence and robots potentially replacing humans in the foreseeable future, we take a look at how this might affect us in drug discovery.  With the increasing interest in computational biology across the sector, CCG have contributed an article highlighting how computational approaches can assist in the discovery of biologics, and describe an upcoming (free) course they are offering on this aspect of modelling.   Do check out some upcoming events and jobs which may be of interest to our readers as well as our In Brief section for a brief round-up of news items from CompChem Solutions.

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Spring 2015 Newsletter

Spring 2015 Newsletter

Welcome to the Spring 2015 Newsletter from CompChem Solutions Limited.

In this edition we focus on the emergence of epigenetics as a key area of research for many therapeutic endpoints and describe some of our fixed-fee services for epigenetics research, and there is a brief review of the recent Spring Meeting of the UK QSAR and Chemoinformatics Group in Leeds.  And of course, we cover some upcoming events and jobs which may be of interest to our readers.  Our new In Brief section is a short round-up of news items from CompChem Solutions.
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Winter 2015 Newsletter

Welcome to the Winter 2015 Newsletter from CompChem Solutions Limited.

In this edition we suggest why hiring interim staff may be more useful to your business than you might think, we unveil our new training course offering, and we describe some innovative new software from Optibrium.  The Spring Meeting of the UK QSAR and Chemoinformatics Group is approaching fast, and it should be a good one.  Lastly we do our usual round up of events and jobs.
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Autumn 2014 Special Offer

 

For the remainder of this year, CompChem Solutions can offer a fixed-price, discounted rate for computational druggability assessment of new targets. The assessment will include:

  • Gene family classification
  • Sequence comparison, leading to identification of available homologous protein targets already reported as amenable to small molecule approaches
  • Sourcing of any known structural information on the target or its sequence homologues
  • Literature searches to establish previous research into the structure, function or activity pharmacophore of the target
  • Possible construction of a homology model and identification of potentially druggable sites (where appropriate)
  • Use of computational tools to predict likely druggability

Contact CompChem Solutions for prices and further information.

Autumn 2014 Newsletter

Welcome to the Autumn 2014 Newsletter from CompChem Solutions.

In this edition we shine a light on how changes to the funding landscape have presented new opportunities to fund early stage research, we present our Autumn Special Offer, and highlight new publications from CompChem Solutions.  We also report on how our new interim services have seen much interest and continue to grow, and we welcome two new associates.  Last but not least we do a round up of events and jobs.

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