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doi:10.1517/17460441.2010.484460 pmid:21532931 pmcid:PMC3083070 fatcat:3e4feyhwuzcb7i7mcmj4t6wiua
Ordinary least square (OLS) regression has been used widely for constructing the free scoring functions for protein-ligand interaction. However, OLS is very sensitive to the existence of outliers, and models constructed using it are easily affected by the outliers or even the choice of the dataset. On the other hand, determination of atomic charges is regarded as of central importance, because the electrostatic interaction is known to be a key contributing factor for biomolecular association.doi:10.1021/ci200220v pmid:21932857 pmcid:PMC4639406 fatcat:rdoo7hsr45b63lhcr6h3nu7zxi
more »... the development of the AutoDock4 scoring function, only OLS was conducted, and the simple Gasteiger method was adopted. It is therefore of considerable interest to see whether more rigorous charge models could improve the statistical performance of the AutoDock4 scoring function. In this study, we have employed two well-established quantum chemical approaches, namely the restrained electrostatic potential (RESP) and the Austin-Model 1-Bond Charge Correction (AM1-BCC) methods, to obtain atomic partial charges, and we have compared how different charge models affect the performance of AutoDock4 scoring functions. In combination with robust regression analysis and outlier exclusion, our new protein-ligand free energy regression model with AM1-BCC charges for ligands and Amber99SB charges for proteins achieve lowest root-mean squared error of 1.637 kcal/mol for the training set of 147 complexes and 2.176 kcal/mol for the external test set of 1427 complexes. The assessment for binding pose prediction with the 100 external decoy sets indicates very high success rate of 87% with the criteria of predicted RMSD less than 2 Å. The success rates and statistical performance of our robust scoring functions are only weakly class-dependent (hydrophobic, hydrophilic, or mixed). Supporting Information Available: Outliers detected by the robust regression analysis in three charge model combinations were listed. The plots of dipole moment distributions and prediction errors in the training set were provided. This information is available free of charge via the Internet at http://pubs.acs.org/. METHODS Functional form of AutoDock4 Scoring function Improvements of the AutoDock4 (AD4) scoring function 9 over its predecessor, AutoDock3, 8 include a refined functional form of the desolvation energy, more atom types, and a significantly larger training dataset. The AD4 scoring function comprises five energetic terms: the van der Waals interaction, hydrogen bonding, electrostatic interaction, desolvation energy, and torsional entropy. The AD4 scoring function predicts the binding free energy with the following formula: Wang et al.
Maria L. ... Please cite this article as: Perryman, A. L., et al., A Dynamic Model of HIV Integrase Inhibition and Drug Resistance, J. Mol. Biol. (2010), doi:10.1016/j.jmb.2010.01.033 ... However, HIV integrase inhibitors such as the pioneering compounds L-731,988 and S-1360 contain structural features consistent with a two-metal chelation motif. 2, 3 Subsequently, a planar two-metal ...doi:10.1016/j.jmb.2010.01.033 pmid:20096702 pmcid:PMC2846753 fatcat:p52dxrakg5cxnkexyaay2oagw4
The renewed urgency to develop new treatments for Mycobacterium tuberculosis (Mtb) infection has resulted in large-scale phenotypic screening and thousands of new active compounds in vitro. The next challenge is to identify candidates to pursue in a mouse in vivo efficacy model as a step to predicting clinical efficacy. We previously analyzed over 70 years of this mouse in vivo efficacy data, which we used to generate and validate machine learning models. Curation of 60 additional smalldoi:10.1021/acs.jcim.6b00004 pmid:27335215 pmcid:PMC4962118 fatcat:ej2wwtdjmncbpgo3ok4sibff3u
more »... s with in vivo data published in 2014 and 2015 was undertaken to further test these models. This represents a much larger test set than for the previous models. Several computational approaches have now been applied to analyze these molecules and compare their molecular properties beyond those attempted previously. Our previous machine learning models have been updated, and a novel aspect has been added in the form of mouse liver microsomal half-life (MLM t 1/2 ) and in vitro-based Mtb models incorporating cytotoxicity data that were used to predict in vivo activity for comparison. Our best Mtb in vivo models possess fivefold ROC values > 0.7, sensitivity > 80%, and concordance > 60%, while the best specificity value is >40%. Use of an MLM t 1/2 Bayesian model affords comparable results for scoring the 60 compounds tested. Combining MLM stability and in vitro Mtb models in a novel consensus workflow in the best cases has a positive predicted value (hit rate) > 77%. Our results indicate that Bayesian models constructed with literature in vivo Mtb data generated by different laboratories in various mouse models can have predictive value and may be used alongside MLM t 1/2 and in vitrobased Mtb models to assist in selecting antitubercular compounds with desirable in vivo efficacy. We demonstrate for the first time that consensus models of any kind can be used to predict in vivo activity for Mtb. In addition, we describe a new clustering method for data visualization and apply this to the in vivo training and test data, ultimately making the method accessible in a mobile app.
The Kansas Historical Quarterly
Porter L. C. Perryman ( G. W. Grayson, Secretary J. M. Perryman (resigned) S. W. Perryman Oktarharsars-harjo Charke Timothy Barnett 1 J. M. C. Smith G. W. ... Folsom Maha tubber Alfred Wright Alex R. Durant Coleman Cole— oe at * ee ...
Erin was joined by Carol Perryman in 2018 as Co-Editor and in 2020, Margaret Hoogland was recruited to serve as Co-Editor while Erin transitioned out of her role. ... In January 2021, Alexandria (Alex) Quesenberry Wilson joined the Social Media Team for Hypothesis. ... Additionally, Alex is an up-and-coming researcher, who was a recipient of an MLA 2021 Research Caucus Award. Wishing them the best! ...doi:10.18060/25775 fatcat:uolkozwo3rhbxggcpaaltobw6i
Sage Family Studies Abstracts
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Armed Forces Chemical Journal
Smith, Perryman, Anthony E. Silveira, Jr., Edge- wood; Charles E. Jones, Kingsville; Llewellyn S. Dando, Baltimore; Stanley L. Ray, Franklinville; Harry Shannon, Joppa; Charles P. ... Dwaayer, Edge- wood; Joseph L. Hughes, Perryman; Harrison Gross, Joppa; Armand VY. Motsinger, Aberdeen; Jacob G. Nissely, Edgewood Arsenal; Quincy Walker, Edgewood; Charles J. Kolb, Baltimore. ...
The Veterinary Record
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The Veterinary Record
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Finnigan, Thomas L. Flude, J. W. Fohs, F. Julius Frosch, Alex Frowe, Eugene Futral, John E. Gardner, Derry H. George, Fred W. Gibson, M. O Giezendanner, S. S. Gilmore, John A. ... Pasley, L. C. Payne, J. E. Pernell, J. H. Perryman, J. D. Peters, Jack W. Pittman, C. V. A. Pratt, R. B. Ransom, J. H. Ransone, W. R. Raper, W. B. Reagor, Edward C. Reeves, J. R. Ranner, Darwin S. ...
Paslay, L. C. Pernell, J. H. Perryman, J. D. Pittman, C. V. A. Poindexter, Louis Pollard, J. C. Pollei, Donald W. Pratt, R. B. Ransone, W. R. Reagor, Edward C. Renner, Darwin S. Rice, E. R., Jr. ... Frosch, Alex Gahagan, Donald I. Gallie, J. F Gardner, Derry H. Garrett, L. P. Gibson, M. O. Gilmore, John A. Golden, John M. Goldstone, Frank Gomez, J. S Goss, Henry V. Griffin, I. M., Jr. ...
The Veterinary Record
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