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Chapter 19 TRENDS IN CHEMICAL GRAPH DATA MINING

By Nikil Wale, Xia Ning and George Karypis

Abstract

Mining chemical compounds in silico has drawn increasing attention from both academia and pharmaceutical industry due to its effectiveness in aiding the drug discovery process. Since graphs are the natural representation for chemical compounds, most of the mining algorithms focus on mining chemical graphs. Chemical graph mining approaches have many applications in the drug discovery process that include structure-activity-relationship (SAR) model construction and bioactivity classification, similar compound search and retrieval from chemical compound database, target identification from phenotypic assays, etc. Solving such problems in silico through studying and mining chemical graphs can provide novel perspective to medicinal chemists, biologist and toxicologist. Moreover, since the large scale chemical graph mining is usually employed at the early stages of drug discovery, it has the potential to speed up the entire drug discovery process. In this chapter, we discuss various problems and algorithms related to mining chemical graphs and describe some of the state-of-the-art chemical graph mining methodologies and their applications.

Topics: Chemical Graph, Descriptor Spaces, Classification, Ranked Retrieval, Scaffold Hopping, Target Fishing
Publisher: 2013-09-21
Year: 2013
OAI identifier: oai:CiteSeerX.psu:10.1.1.352.2644
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