Veerabahu Shanmugasundaram

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Molecular similarity is a pervasive concept in chemistry. It is essential to many aspects of chemical reasoning and analysis and is perhaps the fundamental assumption underlying medicinal chemistry. Dissimilarity, the complement of similarity, also plays a major role in a growing number of applications of molecular diversity in combinatorial chemistry,(More)
Antibacterial compounds that affect bacterial viability have traditionally been identified, confirmed, and characterized in standard laboratory media. The historical success of identifying new antibiotics via this route has justifiably established a traditional means of screening for new antimicrobials. The emergence of multi-drug-resistant (MDR) bacterial(More)
The SAR matrix data structure organizes compound data sets according to structurally analogous matching molecular series in a format reminiscent of conventional R-group tables. An intrinsic feature of SAR matrices is that they contain many virtual compounds that represent unexplored combinations of core structures and substituents extracted from compound(More)
In May and August, 2016, several pharmaceutical companies convened to discuss and compare experiences with Free Energy Perturbation (FEP). This unusual synchronization of interest was prompted by Schrödinger's FEP+ implementation and offered the opportunity to share fresh studies with FEP and enable broader discussions on the topic. This article summarizes(More)
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