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Exploring chemical space for computational drug discovery

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The space of all potential pharmacologically active molecules is estimated to contain 10^60 molecules. Searching this space for molecules with specific properties and activities is a major challenge. This talk will discuss methods to explore this space with a focus on classical molecular dynamics and free energy perturbation methods.

This talk is part of the Electronic Structure Discussion Group series.

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