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Computational Chemistry News July 2019

Published on 31/07/2019
Computational Chemistry News July 2019

The importance of understanding protein-protein and protein-ligand interactions in immuno-oncology.

Immuno-oncology represents a new paradigm in the fight against cancer and is showing significant promise in the clinic. The first two targets of checkpoint blockade showed that T-cell activation through interference with cell surface receptors could be successful as a cancer chemotherapy. Pivotal to this is protein-protein interactions. Expansion of this approach from its current biologics context to the realm of small molecules means expert computational modelling techniques are hugely beneficial.

Installing Flare™ Python extensions on Windows®

Flare features an API that enables its functionality to be extended with Python scripts. See how to install Python extensions for Flare on Windows.

Preview of Torx™ -  your platform for small molecule discovery chemistry

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1-5 September • EFMC International Symposium on Advances in Synthetic and Medicinal Chemistry, Athens, GreeceMeet us at stand 1
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25-29  August • 258th ACS National Meeting, San Diego CA, US
2-3 September • 2nd RSC-BMCS / RSC-CICAG Artificial Intelligence in Chemistry, Cambridge, UK
4-6 September • 7th Annual CCPBioSim Conference - Frontiers in Biomolecular Simulation, Bristol, UK
10-12 September • 7th RSC/SCI Symposium on GPCRs in Medicinal Chemistry, Verona, Italy
25 September • Chemistry Networks: Focus on AI and Machine Learning, Cambridge, UK
25-26 September • 19th Annual Biotech in Europe Forum, Basel, Switzerland
25 September • 8th RDKit UGM, Hamburg, Germany

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