The IDSU CADD (Computer-Aided Drug Design) platform provides services for the rapid assessment of chemical entities to guide and speed up the early-stage drug discovery process.
Integrated Service for Drug Discovery
Structure-based Drug Design
Ligand-based Drug Design
The CADD platform provides integrated drug discovery services till the IND stage using CADD techniques and in-house AI/ML tools. The typical milestones of CADD service include: target validation, hit identification, Hit to Lead, lead optimization and etc.
Virtual screening (VS) is a computational technique used in drug discovery to search real or virtual libraries of small molecules in order to identify those structures which are most likely to bind to a drug target.
WuXi HTS set (300k)
Mcule Purchasable (8.8M)
WuXi GalaXi virtual library (2.3 billion)
Enamine REAL virtual library (3.4 billion)
Structure-based drug design is the design and optimization of a chemical structure, based on available protein target information, with the goal of identifying a compounds suitable for biological testing, leading to a drug candidate.
Providing crucial insights into the nature of drug-target interactions and predictive models suitable for lead compound optimization in the absence of 3D structures of potential drug targets