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Quickly Calculating Drug–Target Binding Affinity With Machine Learning

News   Mar 16, 2021 | Original story from MIT

 
Quickly Calculating Drug–Target Binding Affinity With Machine Learning

MIT researchers have developed a machine learning-based technique to more quickly calculate the binding affinity of a drug molecule (represented in pink) with a target protein (the circular structure). Credit: MIT News, Xinqiang Ding and Bin Zhang

 
 
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