Subject: Life SciencesPrimary location: Sweden
Published in:Drug Discovery TodayPublication date:2013-01-01
There is an expanding amount of interest directed at the repurposing and repositioning of drugs. Internal company development code names assigned t...
Published in:Journal of Medicinal ChemistryPublication date:2015-03-12
The availability of structures and linked bioactivity data in databases is powerfully enabling for drug discovery and chemical biology. We review s...
Published in:SciVeePublication date:Not available
Published in:Encyclopedia of Life SciencesPublication date:2006-09-15
Published in:Bioinformatics for GeneticistsPublication date:Not available
Published in:Techniques in Protein ChemistryPublication date:1989-01-01
Published in:Frontiers in GeneticsPublication date:2013-01-01
Most drug targets are proteins, many are enzymes and some of these are proteases (enzymes that cut other proteins as part of their function). Its ...
Published in:Methods in Molecular BiologyPublication date:2012-01-01
Published in:Journal of CheminformaticsPublication date:2013-01-01
Published in:Expert Opinion on Therapeutic PatentsPublication date:2013-03-18
Published in:BiochemistryPublication date:1990-07-01
Published in:Analytical BiochemistryPublication date:1991-10-01
Published in:Analytical BiochemistryPublication date:1999-07-01
Published in:FEBS LettersPublication date:1989-09-11
Published in:British Journal of HaematologyPublication date:1987-04-01
Published in:Current Topics in Medicinal ChemistryPublication date:2007-08-01
Published in:FEBS LettersPublication date:1987-04-20
Member of a novel class of vertebrate proteins
Published in:Annals of the New York Academy of SciencesPublication date:1983-06-01
Published in:BiochemistryPublication date:1989-05-01
Published in:European Journal of BiochemistryPublication date:2008-06-28
Published in:Journal of CheminformaticsPublication date:2009-01-01
Published in:Thrombosis ResearchPublication date:1986-07-01
Published in:PLoS ONEPublication date:2013-10-29
There is intense interest in measuring the process of drug research and development (R&D). The best known of these is counting the number of new d...
Published in:Molecular InformaticsPublication date:2013-12-01
Databases are becoming ever more important in the biomedical sciences. This paper compares and contrasts four key resources broadly related to dru...
Published in:Lecture Notes in Computer SciencePublication date:2010-01-01
Published in:GenomicsPublication date:2001-11-01
Published in:Journal of CheminformaticsPublication date:2011-01-01
Published in:Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (BBA) - Gene Structure and ExpressionPublication date:2000-01-01
Published in:Drug Discovery TodayPublication date:2011-12-01
Published in:PROTEOMICSPublication date:2002-02-01
Published in:BiochemistryPublication date:1988-12-01
Published in:Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (BBA) - Protein Structure and Molecular EnzymologyPublication date:1990-02-01
Published in:Nature Reviews Drug DiscoveryPublication date:2011-08-31
Published in:F1000ResearchPublication date:2015-02-27
The recent Ebola virus epidemic gave us the opportunity to provide some suggestions of how we can better prepare for the next pathogen outbreak. We...
Published in:Nature Reviews Drug DiscoveryPublication date:2012-08-31
Published in:Molecular InformaticsPublication date:2012-08-01
Published in:Nucleic Acids ResearchPublication date:2010-11-18
Published in:DatabasePublication date:2011-01-04
Published in:Encyclopedia of Life SciencesPublication date:2008-04-30
Published in:Biochemical Society TransactionsPublication date:2007-06-01
Published in:PROTEOMICSPublication date:2004-06-01
Published in:Proteins Structure Function and BioinformaticsPublication date:2003-12-19
Published in:Drug Discovery TodayPublication date:2001-07-01
Published in:FEBS LettersPublication date:2001-06-08
Published in:YeastPublication date:2000-12-01
Published in:Molecular and Cellular NeurosciencePublication date:2000-11-01
Published in:European Journal of BiochemistryPublication date:2000-09-01
Published in:Journal of Peptide SciencePublication date:2000-01-01
Published in:Progress in Medicinal ChemistryPublication date:2000-01-01
Published in:Molecular and Cellular NeurosciencePublication date:1999-12-01
Published in:Journal of Protein ChemistryPublication date:1992-08-01
Published in:Analytical BiochemistryPublication date:1991-07-01
Published in:Nucleic Acids ResearchPublication date:1990-01-01
Published in:Biochemical PharmacologyPublication date:1988-12-01
Published in:Journal of Chromatography APublication date:1987-06-01
Published in:British Journal of HaematologyPublication date:1983-05-01
Published in:British Journal of HaematologyPublication date:1983-04-01
Published in:YeastPublication date:2000-01-01
Published in:Techniques in Protein Chemistry IIIPublication date:1992-01-01
Published in:F1000ResearchPublication date:2015-07-07
This opinion was stimulated by the most recent Ebola outbreak in Africa. We proposed 8 common sense and cost effective steps that could be taken fr...
Published in:Nucleic Acids ResearchPublication date:2015-10-12
Databases have become central to all the biomedical sciences. This one has a focus on pharmacology and indexes thousands of chemical strcutures, i...
Published in:F1000ResearchPublication date:2016-03-03
This paper describes the construction of homology models for all the proteins in the Zika virus. Public software was used to generate these models ...
Published in:Biochemical Society TransactionsPublication date:2000-02-01
Published in:Pharmacological ReviewsPublication date:2016-03-08
The is a review of endothelins, a family of three structurally similar 21-amino acid peptides. Endothelin-1 and -2 activate two G-protein coupled r...
Published in:Nucleic Acids ResearchPublication date:2013-11-14
Published in:Current Opinion in PharmacologyPublication date:2016-10-01
G protein–coupled receptors (GPCRs) are a large protein family of receptors that sense molecules interacting with the cell surface which then act...
Published in:British Journal of PharmacologyPublication date:2015-12-01
The Concise Guide to PHARMACOLOGY 2015/16: Catalytic receptors
The Concise Guide to PHARMACOLOGY 2015/16: Enzymes
A tabular representation of families of enzymes with pharmacological properties summarised, highlighting selective inhibitors
The Concise Guide to PHARMACOLOGY 2015/16: G protein-coupled receptors
The Concise Guide to PHARMACOLOGY 2015/16: Ligand-gated ion channels
The Concise Guide to PHARMACOLOGY 2015/16: Nuclear hormone receptors
The Concise Guide to PHARMACOLOGY 2015/16: Other ion channels
The Concise Guide to PHARMACOLOGY 2015/16: Transporters
The Concise Guide to PHARMACOLOGY 2015/16: Voltage-gated ion channels
Published in:Drug Discovery Today TechnologiesPublication date:2015-07-01
Published in:Molecular CellPublication date:2002-09-01
Published in:F1000ResearchPublication date:2017-04-07
The human genome contains many types of genes. One of the most important of these are proteins that go to make up the molecular machinery of the c...
Published in:British Journal of PharmacologyPublication date:2017-09-14
The feasibility of systems pharmacology