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Chemoinformatics


As per available reports about 24 relevant Journals, 47 Conferences  are presently dedicated exclusively to Chemoinformatics and about 570 articles are being published on Chemoinformatics.

Chemoinformatics is a relatively new discipline. Actually, it has emerged from several older disciplines such as computational chemistry, computer chemistry, chemometrics, QSAR, chemical information, etc. The names identifying these older disciplines can be controversial, but they have been studied for many years. Cheminformatics involves the use of computer technologies to process chemical data. chemoinformatics should be able to extract knowledge from large-scale raw HTS databases in a shorter time periods, chemoinformatics should be able to provide efficient in silico tools to predict ADMET properties, This is normally very hard to do. One of the earliest chemoinformatics studies involved chemical structure representations, such as structural descriptors. Chemoinformatics and advanced informative technology in Chemical sciences are the wings included in Medicinal Chemistry including subsessions chemometrics, QSAR, chemical information, Computer Aided Drug Design

Scope and Importance:

The focus is placed on four traditional research areas:  chemical database systems, computer-assisted structure elucidation systems, computer-assisted synthesis design systems, and 3D structure builders. Considering the fact that computer technology has been one of the major driving forces of the development of chemoinformatics, each section will start from a brief description of the new advances in computer technology of each decade. The summary and future prospects are given in the last section. Concepts are constantly evolving in response to changing economic opportunities and technological advancements. Traditional medicinal chemistry paradigms, relying initially on ‘wet’ chemistry followed by screening and lead optimizations, are expensive and time consuming. On the other hand, initial in silico screening that guides the synthesis and screening of selected compounds has proven to be a better approach to accelerate drug discovery and reduce the cost of the discovery phase.

Chemoinformatics is a relatively new discipline. Actually, it has emerged from several older disciplines such as computational chemistry, computer chemistry, chemometrics, QSAR, chemical information, etc. The names identifying these older disciplines can be controversial, but they have been studied for many years. Cheminformatics involves the use of computer technologies to process chemical data.The average cost of creating a NCE in a major pharmaceutical company was estimated at around $7,500/compound. In order to reduce costs, pharmaceutical companies have had to find new technologies to replace the old “hand-crafted” synthesis and testing NCE approaches. Since 1980, with the advent of high throughput screening (HTS), automated techniques have made possible robotized screening. In response to the increased demand for new compounds by biologists, chemists started using combinatorial chemical technologies to produce more new compounds in shorter periods. By increasing the capabilities of making and testing compounds, it was hoped that the drug discovery process could be accelerated dramatically. Unfortunately, this did not turn out to be the case. Seeking the reasons for these disappointing results, it was believed that increasing the chemical diversity of compound libraries would enhance the drug discovery process. Chemoinformatics approaches would now be introduced in order to optimize the chemical diversity of libraries.

Initial activities in the field started with chemical document processing. What differentiates chemical data processing from other data processing is that chemical data involves the requirement to work with chemical structures. This requirement necessitated the introduction of special approaches to represent, store and retrieve structures in a computer system. Another challenge faced by this new field was to establish clear relationships between structural patterns and activities or properties, chemoinformatics should be able to extract knowledge from large-scale raw HTS databases in a shorter time periods, chemoinformatics should be able to provide efficient in silico tools to predict ADMET properties, This is normally very hard to do. One of the earliest chemoinformatics studies involved chemical structure representations, such as structural descriptors.

Market Analysis:

The global chemoinformatics market was valued at nearly $2.8 billion in 2011, nearly $3.2 billion in 2012, and is forecast to grow to nearly $7.5 billion by 2017 after increasing at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 18.7%. Analyses of global market trends, with data from 2011 and 2012, and projections of compound annual growth rates (CAGRs) through 2017.

International symposium and workshops

  • 17th International Pharmaceutical Technology Symposium
  • International Conference on Industrial Pharmacy
  • 6th Asia-Pacific Pharma Congress:
    July 14-16, 2016 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

List of Best International Conferences:

  1. 8th Pharmaceutics and Novel Drug Delivery Systems Conference
    March 07-09, 2016 Madrid, Spain
  2. Industrial Pharmacy Conference
    April 28-29, 2016 Dubai, UAE
  3. 4th Medicinal Chemistry and Computer Aided Drug Designing Conference
    December 01-03, 2016 Chicago, USA
  4. 2nd Parenterals and Injectables Conference
    October 24-26, 2016 Istanbul, Turkey
  5. 4th Clinical Pharmacy Conference
    Oct 31 - Nov 01, 2016 Las Vegas, USA
  6. 2nd Drug Discovery and Designing Conference
    Oct 31-Nov 02, 2016 Istanbul, Turkey
  7. 4th Neuropharmacology Conference
    September 15-17, 2016 San Antonio, USA
  8. 7th Pharmacovigilance and Clinical Trials Conference
    September 19-21, 2016 Vienna, Austria
  9. 6th Pharmacovigilance Congress
    August 01-03, 2016 Toronto, Canada
  10. 3rd Pharmacology Congress
    August 08-10, 2016 Birmingham, UK
  11. 6th Annual Drug Delivery & Formulation Americas Summit
    April 14-15, 2016 Costa Mesa, CA, US
  12. 18th International Conference on Pharmaceutical Sciences & Pharmacology
    January 21 - 22, 2016, Paris, France
  13. American Society for Clinical Pharmacology & Therapeutics Annual Meeting
    March 9-12, 2016, California, United States
  14. 7th Annual Global Drug Delivery & Formulation Summit
    May 23-25, 2016 Dusseldorf, Germany
  15. Drug Delivery Partnerships 2016 (DDP 2016)
    January 20-22, 2016 Palm Beach Gardens, FL, US
  16. Peptide Drug Design & Delivery Summit
    February 24-25, 2016 San Francisco, CA, US     

Relevant Society and Associations

  • National Pharmacy Association
  • American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists
  • American College of Clinical Pharmacology
  • Academy of Managed Care Pharmacy
  • American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy
  • American Society for Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics
  • American College of Clinical Pharmacy
  • Arkansas State Board of Pharmacy
  • Association of Pharmacy Technicians UK
  • Austrian Pharmaceutical Society
  • Association of Pharmacy Professionals
  • Pharmaceutical Society of Ireland
  • Pharmaceutical Society Of New Zealand
  • Pharmaceutical Association of Mauritius
  • International Pharmaceutical Federation (FIP)
  • European Pharmaceutical Union (EPU)
  • Pharmaceutical Group of the European Union (PGEU)
  • European Association of Employed Community Pharmacists in Europe (EPhEU)
  • Pharmaceutical Society of Australia
  • Canadian Pharmacists Association
  • Danish Association of Pharmaconomists

Companies

  • AstraZeneca
  • Accredo Therapeutics
  • Actelion Pharmaceuticals US, Inc
  • Bayer HealthCare
  • CRITICAL CARE
  • Cané Medical Technology
  • CVS Caremark
  • CuraScript
  • Fairview Specialty Pharmacy
  • Gilead Sciences
  • Vivisol
  • AIM
  • Henry Schein
  • Snap Diagnostics
  • MediLexicon
  • Nicos Group Inc.
  • Bausch & Lomb Instruments
  • JEDMED
  • Miami Medical
  • Image Stream Medical

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