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Sustainable Practices in Medicinal Chemistry Part 2: Green by Design

Reilly, John and Aliagas, Ignacio and Berger, Raphaelle and Goldberg, Kristin and Nishimura, Rachel and Richardson, Paul and Richter, Daniel and Sherer, Edward and Sparling, Brian and Marian, Bryan (2017) Sustainable Practices in Medicinal Chemistry Part 2: Green by Design. Journal of Medicinal Chemistry, 60 (14). pp. 5955-5968. ISSN 15204804

Abstract

With the development of ever-expanding synthetic methodologies, a medicinal chemist's toolkit continues to swell. However, with finite time and resources as well as a growing understanding of our field's environment impact, it is critical to refine what can be made to what should be made. This review seeks to highlight multiple cheminformatic approaches in drug discovery that can influence and triage design and execution impacting the likelihood of rapidly generating high-value molecules in a more sustainable manner. This strategy gives chemists the tools to design and refine vast libraries, stress "druglikeness", and rapidly identify SAR trends. Project success, i.e., identification of a clinical candidate, is then reached faster with fewer molecules with the farther-reaching ramification of using fewer resources and generating less waste, thereby helping "green" our field.

Item Type: Article
Date Deposited: 12 Sep 2017 00:45
Last Modified: 25 Jan 2019 00:45
URI: https://oak.novartis.com/id/eprint/31431

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