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The Pharmaceutical Bioinformatics lab at the Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences develops algorithms and software for pharmaceutical research. Our fields of research include the modeling of molecular interactions, prediction of biological effects of molecules, and identification of potential new drug agents.

About Pharmaceutical Bioinformatics

New methods from systems biology like comparative analyses of genome sequences nowadays provide a better understanding of cell biology. This knowledge allows for e.g. optimization of microorganisms in the production of compounds. Also, different reactions and effects of therapeutics can be analysed and explained. A further area of work of our lab is the evaluation of the vast amounts of data, produced by up-to-date measurement methods and processes of systems biology.

News

New publication in NAR

We proudly present our update publication in Nucleic Acids Research: "StreptomeDB 2.0 – an extended resource of natural products produced by streptomycetes." Check it out in our publications page!

6th Pharma Relay

On the 30th of September, 2015, the 6th edition of the traditional Pharma Relay took place at Schlossberg. Enjoy the photos and time sheet Pharma Relay 2015.

Cover Issue of the J. Chem. Inf. Model.

Our manuscript "The purchasable chemical space: A detailed picture" was chosen as Cover for the current issue of the J. Chem. Inf. Model. Don't miss it!

Target fishing by cross-docking to explain polypharmacological effects

We present our new paper in cheminformatics, which has just been accepted in ChemMedChem. We hope you like it!

The Purchasable Chemical Space: A Detailed Picture

We present our new paper in cheminformatics, which has just been accepted in J. Chem. Inf. Model. We hope you like it!

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