Prediction the Human Skin Permeation Through a Topological Substructural Approach

@inproceedings{Gonzlez2005PredictionTH,
  title={Prediction the Human Skin Permeation Through a Topological Substructural Approach},
  author={Maykel P{\'e}rez Gonz{\'a}lez and Aliuska Morales Helguera},
  year={2005}
}
A TOPological Substructural MOlecular DEsign (TOPS-MODE) was used to predict the flux across human skin permeability coefficient for heterogeneous set of compounds. The obtained model explained more than 84 % of data variance and shown the importance of the hydrogen bonding and the hydrophobicity to describe the property under study. Finally, the TOPS-MODE was used to calculate the contribution of different fragments to the human skin coefficient for studied compounds. The present approximation… CONTINUE READING

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