Design of a gene family screening library targeting G-protein coupled receptors

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    • Abstract:
      An iterative process for the design of a G-protein coupled receptor (GPCR) gene family screening library has been developed. A key element of this process is the computational generation of pharmacophore descriptors of known GPCR ligands. Subsequent iterative analysis allows prioritization of scaffolds and sub-libraries for inclusion in the library. The final library, which consisted of 13,769 compounds, displayed a 2.6% hit rate when screened against the μ-opioid receptor. [Copyright &y& Elsevier]
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