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By Roland E. Dolle (auth.), Joe Zhongxiang Zhou (eds.)

ISBN-10: 160761930X

ISBN-13: 9781607619307

Chemical library applied sciences have led to dramatic alterations within the drug discovery approach, and, even though nonetheless evolving, they've got turn into an essential component of ongoing drug discovery study. In Chemical Library layout, specialists within the box offer tools and unique protocols delving into this key means of determining important, biologically appropriate compounds from huge swimming pools of synthesizable applicants. This compendium comprises chapters on old overviews, cutting-edge methodologies, together with structure-based and fragment-based library layout, useful software program instruments, and profitable and demanding purposes of chemical library layout. As a quantity within the renowned tools in Molecular Biology™ sequence, the thorough contributions give you the type of meticulous description and implementation recommendation that's the most important for buying optimum effects. Authoritative and state-of-the-art, Chemical Library layout is a perfect reference for all scientists looking the expertise had to relief within the look for new and very important drugs.

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This resulted in no further improvement in activity. The sequential two-part optimization strategy failed to meet the objective. This was followed by a combinatorial strategy in which 300 anilines/heterocyclic amines were combined with 75 aryl/heteroaryl isocyanates to produce an array of a ca. 1,000 compounds. Evaluation of these compounds resulted in the identification of the advanced lead, 1-(5-tert-butylisoxazol-3-yl)-3-(4phenoxyphenyl)urea: IC50 = 54 nM) possessing 7-fold selectivity over p38 kinase.

2. DeWitt, S. , Kiely, J. , Stankovic, C. , Schroeder, M. , Cody, D. M. , Pavia, M. R. (1993) “Diversomers”: an approach to nonpeptide, nonoligomeric chemical diversity. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA 90, 6909–6913. 3. Terrett, N. (1998) Combinatorial Chemistry. Oxford University Press, Oxford, UK. 4. Ohlmeyer, M. H. , Swanson, R. , Reader, J. , Still, W. C. (1993) Complex synthetic chemical libraries indexed with molecular tags. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA 90, 10922–10926. 5. Data taken from ArQule’s 10 K annual reports for years ending 1996–1997.

Further optimization of the advanced lead was achieved, identifying a clinical candidate [IC50 (raf kinase) = 12 nM] displaying sufficient potency and favorable kinase enzyme selectivity. Key structural elements present in the advanced lead are retained in the clinical candidate. This library design example beautifully underscores the advantage of combinatorial versus the traditional step-wise approach to lead optimization. 3. Summary HTC originated in the early 1990s in response to unprecedented access to molecular targets, advances in high-throughput screening technology, and the demand for new chemical compound collections.

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