DTI-SNNFRA: Drug-target interaction prediction by shared nearest neighbors and fuzzy-rough approximation

  title={DTI-SNNFRA: Drug-target interaction prediction by shared nearest neighbors and fuzzy-rough approximation},
  author={Sk Mazharul Islam and Sk Md Mosaddek Hossain and Sumanta Ray},
  journal={PLoS ONE},
In-silico prediction of repurposable drugs is an effective drug discovery strategy that supplements de-nevo drug discovery from scratch. Reduced development time, less cost and absence of severe side effects are significant advantages of using drug repositioning. Most recent and most advanced artificial intelligence (AI) approaches have boosted drug repurposing in terms of throughput and accuracy enormously. However, with the growing number of drugs, targets and their massive interactions… 

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