Thibault Varin

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The main goal of high-throughput screening (HTS) is to identify active chemical series rather than just individual active compounds. In light of this goal, a new method (called compound set enrichment) to identify active chemical series from primary screening data is proposed. The method employs the scaffold tree compound classification in conjunction with(More)
The use of small molecules to modulate cellular processes is a powerful approach to investigate gene function as a complement to genetic approaches. The discovery and characterization of compounds that modulate translation initiation, the rate-limiting step of protein synthesis, is important both to provide tool compounds to explore this fundamental(More)
Identification of meaningful chemical patterns in the increasing amounts of high-throughput-generated bioactivity data available today is an increasingly important challenge for successful drug discovery. Herein, we present the scaffold network as a novel approach for mapping and navigation of chemical and biological space. A scaffold network represents the(More)
Translation initiation is a fine-tuned process that plays a critical role in tumorigenesis. The use of small molecules that modulate mRNA translation provides tool compounds to explore the mechanism of translational initiation and to further validate protein synthesis as a potential pharmaceutical target for cancer therapeutics. This report describes the(More)
Databases for small organic chemical molecules usually contain millions of structures. The screening decks of pharmaceutical companies contain more than a million of structures. Nevertheless chemical substructure searching in these databases can be performed interactively in seconds. Because of this nobody has really missed structural classification of(More)
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