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Using cloud based virtual screening to find novel leads

27 May 2014 - 27 May 2014 - Webinar



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Virtual screening has become an accepted part of the hit discovery process. Millions of compounds can be triaged to find novel new hits and leads at a fraction of the cost of HTS. However, virtual screening is computationally expensive with most methods requiring thousands of CPU hours to process the large databases involved. The high CPU cost limits the available methods or the number of compounds that can be screened. We will present a cloud based virtual screening solution that enables you to screen millions of compounds with no loss of accuracy. Our approach is cost efficient, easy to use and secure. We will discuss these issues together with case studies.

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