Gergely Zahoránszky-Köhalmi

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Most drugs exert their effects via multitarget interactions, as hypothesized by polypharmacology. While these multitarget interactions are responsible for the clinical effect profiles of drugs, current methods have failed to uncover the complex relationships between them. Here, we introduce an approach which is able to relate complex drug-protein(More)
BACKGROUND Hierarchical clustering methods like Ward's method have been used since decades to understand biological and chemical data sets. In order to get a partition of the data set, it is necessary to choose an optimal level of the hierarchy by a so-called level selection algorithm. In 2005, a new kind of hierarchical clustering method was introduced by(More)
Many bioactivity databases offer information regarding the biological activity of small molecules on protein targets. Information in these databases is often hard to resolve with certainty because of subsetting different data in a variety of formats; use of different bioactivity metrics; use of different identifiers for chemicals and proteins; and having to(More)
BACKGROUND Complex network theory based methods and the emergence of "Big Data" have reshaped the terrain of investigating structure-activity relationships of molecules. This change gave rise to new methods which need to face an important challenge, namely: how to restructure a large molecular dataset into a network that best serves the purpose of the(More)
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