Elisabet Gregori-Puigjané

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The availability of interaction data between small molecule drugs and protein targets has increased substantially in recent years. Using seven different databases, we were able to assemble a total of 4767 unique interactions between 802 drugs and 480 targets, which means that on average every drug is currently acknowledged to interact with 6 targets. The(More)
A novel set of molecular descriptors called SHED (SHannon Entropy Descriptors) is presented. They are derived from distributions of atom-centered feature pairs extracted directly from the topology of molecules. The value of a SHED is then obtained by applying the information-theoretical concept of Shannon entropy to quantify the variability in a(More)
Bioactive ligands are a valuable and increasingly accessible source of information about protein targets. On the basis of this statement, a list of 25 nuclear receptors was described by a series of bioactive ligands extracted directly from bibliographical sources, stored properly in an annotated chemical library, and mathematically represented using the(More)
The practical implementation and validation of a ligand-based approach to mining the chemogenomic space of drugs is presented and applied to the in silico target profiling of 767 drugs against 684 targets of therapeutic relevance. The results reveal that drugs targeting aminergic G protein-coupled receptors (GPCRs) show the most promiscuous pharmacological(More)
Molecular profiling efforts aim at characterizing the biological actions of small molecules by screening them in hundreds of different biochemical and/or cell-based assays. Together, these assays yield a rich data landscape of target-based and phenotypic effects of the tested compounds. However, submitting an entire compound library to a molecular profiling(More)
Fast and robust algorithms for indexing molecules have been historically considered strategic tools for the management and storage of large chemical libraries. This work introduces a modified and further extended version of the molecular equivalence number naming adaptation of the Morgan algorithm (J Chem Inf Comput Sci 2001, 41, 181-185) for the generation(More)
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