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Advances in Protein Molecular and Structural Biology Methods ; : 405-437, 2022.
Article in English | Scopus | ID: covidwho-1859219

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Structure-based drug discovery (SBDD) utilizes the three-dimensional (3D) structure of a target protein to identify the lead compounds. This medium is then considered a viable solution based on its availability and correlation with a particular disease. In the case of pandemics like COVID 19, shortening drug development time can save millions of people worldwide;for such a task, classical drug discovery methods will take a long time. Hence, researchers worldwide actively incorporated machine learning (ML) into the drug discovery process, particularly in SBDD, to minimize the lead optimization time. ML uses statistical methods to make a computer perform tasks, take a critical decision, and automate this entire process without being explicitly programmed. With this, the computer can discover new insights about data and unknown patterns crucial to decide the therapeutic use of lead compounds as drugs. The use of ML in the drug discovery field is not new, and it spans an ample research space. By integrating artificial intelligence with ML techniques, viable targets can be found using data clustering, regression, and classification from vast omics databases and sources. In this chapter, we will discuss the methods and applications of ML in SBDD. © 2022 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.

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Mater Today Proc ; 2021 Feb 05.
Article in English | MEDLINE | ID: covidwho-1074864

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In early 2020, the corona virus disease (COVID-19) has become a global epidemic. The WHO announced the disease as a public health emergency of international importance (PHEIC), and the issue was considered a health emergency. Automated computed tomography (CD) detection of lung infections offers a tremendous opportunity to expand the traditional health approach to resolving COVID-19. But many problems with CT. Facing contaminated areas from fragments, which include greater variability in infectious properties and low-intensity comparison between infections and normal tissues. Moreover, by suppressing the project of an in-depth model, a lot of information cannot be collected over some time.

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