Muhammad K. Haider

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Improved methods are required to predict the position and orientation (pose) of binding to the target protein of low molecular weight compounds identified in fragment screening campaigns. This is particularly important to guide initial chemistry to generate structure-activity relationships for the cases where a high resolution structure cannot be obtained.(More)
Computational methods of modeling protein-ligand interactions have gained widespread application in modern drug discovery. In continuum solvation-based methods of binding affinity estimation, limited description of solvent environment and protein flexibility is traded for a time scale that fits medicinal chemistry test cycles. The results of this(More)
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