Discovery publications

Networks for better drug discovery: making optimal use of existing chemical space

Whitmore, A.V. & Wray, J. (2018). Future Med. CHem. 10(21), 2497-2499 

https://www.future-science.com/doi/abs/10.4155/fmc-2018-0265?journalCode=fmc# 

 

A Complex System

Wray, J. (2017). European Biopharmaceutical Review, April 2017, 28-32. © Samedan Ltd. 

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A nonparametric significance test for sampled networks

Elliot, A., Leicht, E., Whitmore, A., Reinert, G, & Reed-Tsochas, F. (2018). Bioinformatics, 34(1), 64-71

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Protein-protein interaction networks identify targets which rescue a cellular model of Parkinson’s disease. 

Keane, H., Ryan, B.J., Jackson, B., Whitmore, A., & Wade-Martins, R. (2015). Scientific Reports, 5:17004.

 doi:10.1038/srep17004PDF 

 

Drug molecules and biology: Network and systems aspects.

Young, M., Zimmer, S., & Whitmore, A. (2012). Designing multi-target drugs. Royal Society of Chemistry, Cambridge, UK, 32-49.

 

From in silico target prediction to multi-target drug design: current databases, methods and applications.

Koutsoukas, A., Simms, B., Kirchmair, J., Bond, P. J., Whitmore, A. V., Zimmer, S., Young, M.P., Jenkins, J.L., Glen, R.C., & Bender, A. (2011). Journal of proteomics, 74(12), 2554-2574

 

 

See also

Reaxys interview and case study with Jonny Wray. 

Discussing e-therapeutics' approach to drug discovery.

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Networking for new drugs. 

Ainsworth, C. (2011). Nature medicine17(10), 1166-1168.