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Beschreibung

This book explores cutting-edge in vitro and in silico approaches available today. It also outlines aspects of chemistry, biology, and molecular informatics relevant to chemogenomics, thus combining introductory concepts with detailed methods and protocols.

Chemogenomics aims toward the systematic identification of small molecules that interact with the products of the genome and modulate their biological function. The establishment, analysis, prediction, and expansion of a comprehensive ligandtarget SAR (structureactivity relationship) matrix has followed the elucidation of the human genome and presents a key scientific challenge for the twenty-first century. The anno- tion and knowledge-based exploration of the ligandtarget SAR matrix is then expected to impact science greatly. Progress alongside this challenge without a doubt will c- tribute to further the fundamental understanding of the biological function of the individual proteins and ultimately provide a basis for the discovery of new and better therapies for diseases. While historically the chemogenomics approach is based on efforts that systematically explore target gene families, today broader in vitro and in silico approaches are available to encompass wider genomes. In this book, experts from academia and industry outline relevant aspects of ch- istry, biology, and molecular informatics which are the cornerstones of chemogenomics. General introductory chapters are combined with chapters describing methods and pro- cols, which are the gold standard of the Methods in Molecular Biology book series.

Provides an easily accessible reference volume for chemogenomic approaches written by leading researchers in the field

Details in silico and in vitro processes for target and hit finding

Covers a wide range of chemogenomic concepts and their applications

Presents integrative approach to chemistry, biology, and molecular informatics components defining chemogenomics



Klappentext

The establishment, analysis, prediction, and expansion of a comprehensive ligand-target Structure-Activity Relationship (SAR) in the post-genomic era presents a key research challenge for this century. In Chemogenomics: Methods and Applications, experts from academia and industry explore cutting-edge in vitro and in silico approaches available today and outline the relevant aspects of chemistry, biology, and molecular informatics which are the cornerstones of chemogenomics, thus combining introductory concepts with detailed methods and protocols. Covering topics such as target family-oriented compound library design, drug discovery targeting the purinome and co-factor binding sites, as well as the pocketome engine and molecular interaction field approaches, the book emphasizes systemization as an advantage to furthering the difficult science of drug discovery. As a volume in the highly successful Methods in Molecular Biology™ series format, this work provides the kind of detailed description and implementation advice that is crucial for getting optimal results.

Authoritative and practical, Chemogenomics: Methods and Applications presents content which will be of enormous value to those striving for the discovery of new and better therapies for diseases.



Inhalt
1. Organizing Bioactive Compound Discovery in Target Families H. Peter Nestler 2. Compound Library Design for Target Families K. V. Balakin, Y. A. Ivanenkov, and N. P. Savchuk 3. Targeting the Purinome Jeremy M. Murray and Dirksen E. Bussiere 4. Cofactor Chemogenomics Ratna Singh and Andrea Mozzarelli 5. Chemogenomics with Protein Secondary Structure Mimetics Garland R. Marshall, Daniel J. Kuster, and Ye Che 6. Database Systems for Knowledge-Based Discovery Sarma A.R.P. Jagarlapudi and Radha Kishan K.V. 7. Knowledge-Based Virtual Screening: Application to the MDM4/p53 Protein-Protein Interaction Edgar Jacoby, Andreas Boettcher, Lorenz M. Mayr, Nathan Brown, Jeremy L. Jenkins, Joerg Kallen, Caroline Engeloch, Ulrich Schopfer, Pascal Furet, Keiichi Masuya, and Joanna Lisztwan 8. Off-Target Networks Derived from Ligand Set Similarity Michael J. Keiser and Jérôme Hert 9. Chemogenomic Analysis of Safety Profiling Data Josef Scheiber and Jeremy L. Jenkins 10. Network and Pathway Analysis of Compound-Protein Interactions Richard J. Brennan and Svetlana Bureeva 11. The Flexible Pocketome Engine for Structural Chemogenomics Ruben Abagyan and Irina Kufareva 12. Structure-Based Chemogenomics: Analysis of Protein Family Landscapes Bernard Pirard 13. Hypothesis-Driven Screening Ulrich Schopfer, Caroline Engeloch, Frank Höhn, Hervé Mees, Jennifer Leeds, Fraser Glickman, Günther Scheel, Sandrine Ferrand, Peter Fekkes, and Martin Pfeifer

Produktinformationen

Titel: Chemogenomics
Untertitel: Methods and Applications
Editor:
EAN: 9781617796395
ISBN: 978-1-61779-639-5
Format: Kartonierter Einband
Herausgeber: Springer, Berlin
Genre: Biologie
Anzahl Seiten: 320
Gewicht: 694g
Größe: H260mm x B260mm x T193mm
Jahr: 2012
Untertitel: Englisch
Auflage: 2009

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