Towards the development of universal, fast and highly accurate docking/scoring methods: a long way to go.

Abstract

Accelerating the drug discovery process requires predictive computational protocols capable of reducing or simplifying the synthetic and/or combinatorial challenge. Docking-based virtual screening methods have been developed and successfully applied to a number of pharmaceutical targets. In this review, we first present the current status of docking and scoring methods, with exhaustive lists of these. We next discuss reported comparative studies, outlining criteria for their interpretation. In the final section, we describe some of the remaining developments that would potentially lead to a universally applicable docking/scoring method.

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@article{Moitessier2008TowardsTD, title={Towards the development of universal, fast and highly accurate docking/scoring methods: a long way to go.}, author={Nicolas Moitessier and Pablo Englebienne and Dongoun Lee and Janice Lawandi and Christopher R. Corbeil}, journal={British journal of pharmacology}, year={2008}, volume={153 Suppl 1}, pages={S7-26} }