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Library For VS Library: compound collection or virtual library Pre-VS filtering: Druglikeness/leadlikeness Target-specific criteria, etc In-silico Assay Virtual Hit Follow-up Structure-based: Docking Synthesis if needed Ligand-based: Similarity clustering Pharmacophore QSAR models etc Experimental validation of activity etc Fig. 2. Three components of a typical VS process: compound library, virtual “assay,” and hit follow-up for virtual hits. A compound library for VS could be a corporate compound collection, a public compound collection such as NCI’s compound library (68), a collection of commercially available compounds, or a virtual library of synthesizable compounds.
The digital representations of chemical information are the foundation for all chemoinformatic manipulations in computer. There are many file formats for molecular information to be imported into and exported from computer. Some formats contain more information than others. Usually, intended applications will dictate which format is more suitable. For example, in a quantum chemistry calculation the molecular input file usually includes atomic symbols with threedimensional (3D) atomic coordinates as the atomic positions, while a molecular dynamics simulation needs, in addition, atom types, bond status, and other relevant information for defining a force field.
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