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What is behind Drugpredict? January 23 Volume 52 issue 1 of Journal of Chemical Information and Modeling can answer your questions.

Journal of Chemical Information and Modeling has published a cover page article about the method behind Drugpredict.

"Most drugs exert their effects via multitarget interactions, as hypothesized by polypharmacology. While these multitarget interactions are responsible for the clinical effect profiles of drugs, current methods have failed to uncover the complex relationships between them. Here, we introduce an approach which is able to relate complex drug protein interaction profiles with effect profiles. Structural data and registered effect profiles of all small-molecule drugs were collected, and interactions to a series of nontarget protein binding sites of each drug were calculated. Statistical analyses confirmed a close relationship between the studied 177 major effect categories and interaction profiles of ca. 1200 FDA-approved small-molecule drugs. On the basis of this relationship, the effect profiles of drugs were revealed in their entirety, and hitherto uncovered effects could be predicted in a systematic manner. Our results show that the prediction power is independent of the composition of the protein set used for interaction profile generation."

Journal of Chemical Information and Modeling, January 2012 Volume 52 Issue 1 cover

Journal of Chemical Information and Modeling, January 2012 Volume 52 Issue 1, ACS Publications


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