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November 19, 2013
A Hit Identification Challenge in Cancer
Intelligent Pharma is 6.5 years old and, during these years, we carried out more than one hundred independent projects for research clients world-wide. More exactly, we did 131 projects, for clients ranging from South Korea to Brazil and including a big number of European countries, US, Mexico, etc.   Unfortunately, it is very rare that our...
November 12, 2013
Why should you use in silico prediction methods?
Some days ago we attended to the V Spanish Drug Discovery Network meeting, that this year was held in Valencia. Intelligent Pharma attends every year to this forum because is a very good place for local networking and identifying scientific collaborations.   This year, Prof. Pastor gave a very interesting talk about the use of in silico met...
September 18, 2012
Sources of molecules
As a computational chemist, one often needs to perform a virtual screening using a large database of compounds. When our clients do not have an organic chemistry platform for synthesis available, an interesting option is to screen for commercially available compounds first. If one or several hits are obtained, the scaffolds can be further modified (retaining t...