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Date: Wed Feb 12 16:50:09 2020
Subject: 20.02.20 [CCG Webinar] In Silico Fragment-Based Drug Design: Approaches and Applications | Feb. 20 & 27
Join us for a free live webinar: In Silico Fragment-Based Drug Design: Approaches and Applications

Fragment-based drug design (FBDD) is a key approach in the discovery of high-quality drug candidates. As a compliment to biophysical FBDD methods, in silico FBDD uses structure-based approaches to rapidly design and screen large libraries of virtual compounds, allowing for the exploration of a much larger chemical space. The webinar will describe in silico FBDD methods ranging from combinatorial fragment design to scaffold-hopping in the receptor active site, along with approaches for fragment linking and growing. A method for generating a series of closely related derivatives through the reaction-based Combinatorial Library and Medicinal Chemistry Transformations applications in the MOE software will be presented. The use of pharmacophore models and 2D/3D descriptors to guide in silico FBDD processes will also be discussed.

Thursday, February 20
2:00 pm EST | In Silico Fragment-Based Drug Design: Approaches and Applications
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- Speaker: Valerie Campagna-Slater, Senior Applications Scientist, Chemical Computing Group
- Moderator: Alain Ajamian, Director of Business Development, Chemical Computing Group
- Register at: https://bit.ly/2vsbANX
 
Thursday, February 27
10:00 am EST | In Silico Fragment-Based Drug Design: Approaches and Applications
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- Speaker: Barbara Sander, Applications Scientist, Chemical Computing Group
- Moderator: Alain Ajamian, Director of Business Development, Chemical Computing Group
- Register at: https://bit.ly/2SjwCXQ
 
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About MOE: MOE is a leading drug discovery software platform that integrates visualization, modeling and simulations, as well as methodology development, in a single package. MOE scientific applications are used by medicinal chemists, biologists, crystallographers and computational chemists in pharmaceutical, biotechnology and academic research. For a more detailed software overview, please visit: http://www.chemcomp.com/software
 
Try MOE: Request a trial version of MOE at http://www.chemcomp.com/Product-Trial_Request.htm
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