ChemProt: A disease chemical biology database

Olivier Taboureau, Tudor I. Oprea

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    Abstract

    The integration of chemistry, biology, and informatics to study drug actions across multiple biological targets, pathways, and biological systems is an emerging paradigm in drug discovery. Rather than
    reducing a complex system to simplistic models, fields such as chemogenomics and translational informatics are seeking to build a holistic model for a better understanding of the drug pharmacology and
    clinical effects. Here we will present a webserver called ChemProt that can assist, in silico, the drug actions in the context of cellular and disease networks and contribute in the field of disease chemical biology, drug repurposing, and off-target effects prediction.
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationComputational Chemogenomics
    PublisherPan Stanford Publishing
    Publication date2013
    Chapter7
    Publication statusPublished - 2013

    Bibliographical note

    Book chapter from the book "Computational Chemogenomics" edited by Edgard Jacoby in Pan Stanford Publishing.

    Cite this

    Taboureau, O., & Oprea, T. I. (2013). ChemProt: A disease chemical biology database. In Computational Chemogenomics Pan Stanford Publishing. http://www.panstanford.com