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2 000 new building blocks are synthesized monthly. Here is an important update to our MedChem Highlights from August 2020
17 September 2020
Enamine Ltd., a leading chemical research organization and producer of the world’s largest collections of novel building blocks (225,000+) and screening compound libraries (2,740,000+), today announced the release of the Coronavirus Library. The new screening library capitalizes on Enamine’s decades of chemical R&D, advanced library design expertise, and experience with creating focused antiviral libraries. Enamine is a participant of a global Open Science initiative “COVID Moonshot”, aimed at discovering novel therapeutics against
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15 April 2020
Today Enamine, a leading provider of small molecules and drug discovery services, Chemspace, an online catalog with the largest offer of small molecules to search and buy, and Blue Dolphin Lead Discovery, a research organization focused on a fee-for-service virtual screening, announced the launch of the collaboration to support drug discovery projects.
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30 March 2020
An international group of scientists from academia and industry, including Enamine, is trying to help combat COVID-19. This effort began when Chinese scientists worked rapidly to determine the structure of the novel SARS‑CoV‑2 main protease (Mpro), which triggered a massive crystal-based fragment screen at the XChem facility at UK’s Diamond Light Source. For more details, please visit https://www.diamond.ac.uk/covid-19. With the same urgency, the scientists are now trying to progress these data towards what is desperately needed: effective, easy-to-make anti-COVID drugs https://covid.postera.ai/covid.
Dvl-Axin Inhibitors library
Dvl-Axin interaction is mediated by specific PDZ-domain. Since structural information on this PPI interface is not available, we built a respective homology using the reported amino acid sequence and numerous SBio data on PDZ domains. The resulting model was used to conduct docking of our drug-like collection of small molecules at Enamine (2 709 985 compounds) and prioritize the best ‘hits’ using rigorous internal medchem filters to yield ca. 2 559 final Dvl-biased compounds. A representative example of putative Dvl binder is shown below.
Fig. 1.A representative example of Dvl/PDZ-domain binding ligand from our focused set.