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With the ligand-based approaches zyprexa 20mg discount, prior ligand knowledge is required buy 10mg zyprexa overnight delivery, from which new ligands are derived 20 mg zyprexa visa. Examples of the first class are xanthine derivatives such as caffeine (compound 2 in Figure 1) and theophylline. These compounds share some structural resemblance: by aligning them using the furan substituent as an anchor, two rings of their ring system and the amine groups overlap. The (often unsubstituted) furan moiety is a common structural feature found in many A2A 23,24 antagonists. It is typically linked to a triazole ring that is part of a ring-fused system of two or three heterocycles, with a single amine group attached. Describing molecules in terms of molecular parts, or fragments, such as rings and ring systems, substituents and functional groups, provides an abstraction for chemists to reason about molecules. This helps, for instance, for identification of a common core in a set of molecules, or for finding the substituents that contribute to bioactivity. Although these approaches may be relatively assured of success, truly new chemistry is only seldom being discovered this way; structural derivatives often resemble their parent structures. The similarity between known ligands that are analysed and the proposed candidates that result may be reduced by analyzing the structures in closer detail; instead of only focusing on predefined fragments, one might consider all possible structural patterns that are present in the molecules. This may result in the discovery of more unusual structural patterns that potentially offer greater diversity when applied to the discovery of new ligands. This method was designed to be complementary to the recent structure-based virtual screening studies, although it was exclusively based on ligand information only. This so-called frequent substructure 150 Substructure-based Virtual Screening mining, i. Several screening models were constructed by varying the parameters of substructure generation and score calculation. These models were benchmarked and the best performing model was subsequently applied for large-scale screening on a commercial vendor library. The first set consisted of 892 low-affinity antagonists, with activity values between 5. For analysis of the antagonists, each antagonist set was compared against a background set of 10,000 drug-like molecules. Each pair of antagonist and background sets represented an individual training set from which a model was created. To analyze the structural features of the molecules, the molecular structures were first converted into a machine readable format, i. In addition to normal chemical representation, translation into one of three elaborate chemical representations was also explored as alternative representations when converting the source molecules to graphs. The translated source and background compounds were then subjected to frequent substructure mining. Frequent substructure mining is a data mining technique that finds all frequently occurring substructures that are present in a preset 151 Chapter 5 26,27 minimum number of molecules, which in this study was set to 30% of the size of the set; a substructure is defined as any part of the molecule, ranging from a single atom to the complete structure. The number of generated substructures for each source set and chemical representation are provided in Table 1. In general, smaller sets, such as the high-affinity antagonists set (255 molecules) result in significantly higher numbers of generated substructures compared to larger sets, such as the low-affinity (892 molecules) and combined antagonist (1,147 molecules) sets. With increasing set size, the chance for an individual substructure to occur more frequently than the set minimum decreases, resulting in finding fewer substructures. In addition, the high mutual similarity between antagonists in the high-affinity set results in more substructures with frequencies above the support threshold. Number of generated substructures for each source set and chemical representation. Activity Range [a] Representation pKi ≥ 8 pKi ≥ 5 5 ≤ pKi < 8 Normal 4,424 471 408 Ar. Examples of discriminative substructures for high-affinity adenosine A2A antagonists versus drug-like background compounds. Note that the provided examples are all within the set of the 50 top ranking substructures. A2A Background Score Nr Substructure antagonists compounds contribution a N N 242 (94. Note that the provided examples are all within the set of the 50 top ranking substructures (described below). All substructures in Table 2 are also present in compound 1 (note that substructures may overlap). For two of these substructures, c and d of Table 2, this is illustrated in Figure 2. This figure shows one example of how substructures are positioned in the molecules they originate from. Note that the methanediamine substructure, c, occurs three times in compound 1 (and also once in compound 3 and twice in compound 2, Figure 1).