Drew Bullard

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Computer aided drug design is progressing and playing an increasingly important role in drug discovery. Computational methods are being used to evaluate larger and larger numbers of real and virtual compounds. New methods based on molecular simulations that take protein and ligand flexibility into account also contribute to an ever increasing need for(More)
In modern day drug discovery campaigns, computational chemists have to be concerned not only about improving the potency of molecules but also reducing any off-target ADMET activity. There are a plethora of antitargets that computational chemists may have to consider. Fortunately many antitargets have crystal structures deposited in the PDB. These(More)
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