Simplify Drug Design


2nd Computational Medicinal Chemistry Workshop

It is our pleasure to advise Designᴵᵀ-TO-LEAD: 2nd Computational Medicinal Chemistry Workshop.

The workshop will take place on June 13th – 18th, 2022.

This edition will focus on the Structure-Based applications implemented in the www.3d-qsar.com portal.

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Migration to Version 3

Dear user, we are currently migrating to a more powerful and updated version of our platform. The previous version will still be available at https://v2.3d-qsar.com but we will deactivate it definitely on December 31st, 2023.
As we found that several accounts were duplicates, we are now forcing users to use academic emails to login. Non-academic emails will have to be validated manually and will require a longer admission procedure.
Even if you had an account on the previous version, you need to create it again. If you need to move data from the previous version you can download the datasets and upload them here.

We hope you will appreciate our work. An update email should get to you in the following days to comunicate the new updates and the new features.

Best, RCMD Team

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Fast Molecule Management

Welcome to the first web application for Pharmaceutical Chemistry. 3D-QSAR.com offers user friendly and advanced tools for developing either ligand-based or structure-based 3D QSAR models and performing common useful operations over dataset of molecules.

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Explore New Technologies

Our research team is always exploring new technologies and offering them as new products for you to use. Graph Neural Networks (GCNs) are a promising new frontier for Chemistry models development and we are working right now to make them part of the tools available to you.

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Click on any button to start using the platform. If you want to know a bit more about the application, visit the link below to see all you will be able to do.

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In silico local QSAR modeling of bioconcentration factor of organophosphate pesticides Purusottam Banjare, Balaji Matore, Jagadish Singh, Partha Pratim Roy In Silico Pharmacology Evaluation of molecular structure based descriptors for the prediction of pEC50(M) for the selective adenosine A2A Receptor Nilima Rani Das, Sneha Prabha Mishra, P. Ganga RajuAchary Journal of Molecular Structure Alkylated monoterpene indole alkaloid derivatives as potent P-glycoprotein inhibitors in resistant cancer cells David S P Cardoso, Annamária Kincses, Márta Nové, Gabriella Spengler, Silva Mulhovo, João Aires-de-Sousa, Daniel J V A Dos Santos, Maria-José U Ferreira European Journal of Medicinal Chemistry Computational Studies of 3D-QSAR on a Highly Active Series of Naturally Occurring Nonnucleoside Inhibitors of HIV-1 RT (NNRTI) Waqar Hussain, Arshia Majeed, Ammara Akhtar and Nouman Rasool Journal of Computational Biophysics and Chemistry

A Valuable Tool

We are at the beginning of our journey but our work is already being recognized. These are the projects that mention 3D-QSAR.com as a valuable resource for their results and have been empowered with our tools. We thank you greatly.

Paper: Teaching and learning computational
                              drug design: Studenti Investigations of 3D
                              Quantitative Structure–Activity Relationship
                              through Web Applications. Teaching and Learning Computational Drug Design... Journal of Chemical Education Paper: www.3d-qsar.com a web portal that brings
                              3-D QSAR to all electronic devices. the Py-CoMFA
                              web application as tool to build models from
                              pre-aligned datasets. www.3d-qsar.com: a web portal that brings 3-D QSAR to all... Journal of Computer-Aided Molecular Design Paper: a portal to build 3-D QSAR Models. A Portal to Build 3-D QSAR Models. Proceedings

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3D-QSAR.com is the result of an effort of our research team to offer valuable and easily accessible tools for the development of new active molecules. Cite our work by clicking on the pages or contact us directly.

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