|CCL 21.01.13 Webinar - Exploit prior knowledge: Understand SAR to inform ligand design|
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Date: Wed Dec 16 09:50:57 2020
Subject: 21.01.13 Webinar - Exploit prior knowledge: Understand SAR to inform ligand design
Date: January 13th Time: 6pm GMT / 1pm EST / 10am PST Duration: 45 minutes Format: Webinar Presenter: Sylvie Sciammetta, Application Scientist In drug discovery programs, summarizing and understanding the SAR for large sets of compounds can be both challenging and time-consuming. This webinar will focus on using Forge, the Cresset workbench for SAR analysis and molecule design. You will learn how Activity Miner and Activity Atlas can give a clear rationale for changes in activity and provide inspiration for how to exploit this knowledge in new design iterations. Topics covered include finding critical regions of activity using activity cliff analysis; understanding the electrostatic and shape changes that cause a difference in activity; generating meaningful summaries of SAR into a visual 3D model to inform molecule design and help prioritize molecules for synthesis. Find out more and register for free at: https://www.cresset-group.com/about/events/SAR-13Jan/NOTE THAT E-MAIL ADDRESSES HAVE BEEN MODIFIED!!!
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