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Comment: C: FDA First in Class Designation
... Do you know when this definition came about? It can't be that new, because in the Chembl Database, chlordiazepoxide is listed as first-in-class, which was first approved in 1960. I'm interested because there are still many drugs for which [there are no mechanisms of action][1]. This leads me to be ...
written 3.3 years ago by rmoore88690
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FDA First in Class Designation
... What constitutes a First in Class designation for new molecular entities? I've seen this term on FDA documents, as well as in databases(Chembl for example), but I was curious if there are any set criteria for First in Class drugs? The easy definition, in my mind, would be a drug that, hits a novel t ...
pharmacology first-in-class drug discovery written 3.3 years ago by rmoore88690
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SDF Parser(Any language)
... I'm looking to parse a large .sdf file and put it into a csv. The only software I could find that parses .sdf files is OpenBabel's Pybel, but it won't properly install for my El Capitan, for either python2.7 or 3.+(its an open issue, and might hopefully be fixed with the next release). Are there any ...
csv sdf chemical table file written 3.4 years ago by rmoore88690 • updated 2.4 years ago by leonqli20
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Compiling a list of Compounds used in Clinical Trials(suggested resources?)
... I've been scouring a few open access DBs with Rest APIs and downloadable data, and I was wondering if anyone could point me to other resources that might help me increase my list of First-in-Man compounds(compounds that have ever been in clinical trials) I'm looking mainly in the US, but other count ...
compound clinical-trials medicine written 3.4 years ago by rmoore88690 • updated 3.4 years ago by Mike1.4k
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PDB Naming Conventions
... I'm using the RCSB's Rest API to gather some bond data information for metalloenzymes. I wanted to know whether the differing naming conventions for PDB IDs(some are letter-number-letter-number, while some are 3 numbers - 1 letter) signify anything, as in do they contain more/less information or are ...
pdb rcsb 3dmol.js biopython written 3.4 years ago by rmoore88690 • updated 3.4 years ago by Eric T.2.5k

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