NMR-Fragment Based Virtual Screening: A Brief Overview
AbstractFragment-based drug discovery (FBDD) using NMR has become a central approach over the last twenty years for development of small molecule inhibitors against biological macromolecules, to control a variety of cellular processes. Yet, several considerations should be taken into account for obtaining a therapeutically relevant agent. In this review, we aim to list the considerations that make NMR fragment screening a successful process for yielding potent inhibitors. Factors that may govern the competence of NMR in fragment based drug discovery are discussed, as well as later steps that involve optimization of hits obtained by NMR-FBDD. View Full-Text
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Singh, M.; Tam, B.; Akabayov, B. NMR-Fragment Based Virtual Screening: A Brief Overview. Molecules 2018, 23, 233.
Singh M, Tam B, Akabayov B. NMR-Fragment Based Virtual Screening: A Brief Overview. Molecules. 2018; 23(2):233.Chicago/Turabian Style
Singh, Meenakshi; Tam, Benjamin; Akabayov, Barak. 2018. "NMR-Fragment Based Virtual Screening: A Brief Overview." Molecules 23, no. 2: 233.
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