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Date: Wed Jan 11 20:56:01 2006
Subject: 06.09.10 232nd ACS, ADME and Physical Property Prediction, San Francisco, CA
ADME and Physical Property Prediction Symposium
232nd ACS National Meeting
San Francisco, Sept. 10-14, 2006
COMP division

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Dear Colleagues,

You are invited to submit contributions for this symposium focusing on
the development or application of computational models for ADMET and
physical property prediction. Relevant topics include (but are not
limited to): P450 metabolism, inhibition and induction; permeability
and absorption phenomena (bioavailability, CNS penetration); toxicity;
plasma protein binding; solubility and logD. We are striving for a
mixture of contributions from academic laboratories, pharmaceutical and
chemical industries, and computational chemistry software companies.

Please use the on-line abstract submission system (OASYS) for
submitting your abstract ( http://oasys.acs.org/oasys.htm ). OASYS will
be accepting abstracts between February 20 and April 25, 2006. This
symposium is being organized by Daniel McMasters and Matt Walker of
Merck Research Laboratories, Rahway, NJ. Please contact either of us
with any questions.

Thanks, and we look forward to your submission!

Daniel R. McMasters, Ph.D.
Senior Research Chemist
Merck & Co., Inc.
RY50SW-100
P.O.Box 2000
Rahway, NJ 07065-0900
Tel: (732) 594-6812
Fax: (732) 594-4224
email: daniel_mcmasters^merck.com

Matthew J. Walker, Ph.D.
Research Fellow
Merck & Co., Inc.
RY50SW-100
P.O. Box 2000,
Rahway NJ 07065-0900
Tel: (732) 594-8575
Fax: (732) 594-4224
email: matthew_walker^merck.com
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