ChemBioNavigator is a web application that was specifically designed to visualise the small-molecule and pharmacological data integrated by Open PHACTS. Last week BioSolveIT hosted a webinar showing how ChemBioNavigator can be used to: discover new target-compound interactions identify multi-target as well as target-specific compound sets retrieve small-molecule data from a variety of web resources search by Read more about ChemBioNavigator Webinar[…]
The 6th Open PHACTS Community Workshop will be held in London on 26 June 2014 and aims to introduce members of the academic community to the Open PHACTS Discovery Platform.
The workshop is free to attend, please register your interest by contacting email@example.com.
The workshop will be of interest to:
- Researchers who would benefit from directly querying the Open PHACTS API using scripting languages or by developing applications to consume the data.
- Lecturers & Principal Investigators who can use the Open PHACTS application ecosystem to access the data within the Open PHACTS Discovery Platform.
We are pleased to announce that a major update of ChemBioNavigator, jointly developed by the University of Hamburg and BioSolveIT, has just been released. Among many other new features, the latest version offers the ability to use a target as a starting point and enhanced pharmacological data functionality. Please take a look at chembionavigator.org.
247th ACS National Meeting & Exposition, Dallas, USA The University of Hamburg presented a poster on ChemBioNavigator: Accessing Open PHACTS: Interactive exploration of compounds and targets from the semantic web
247th ACS National Meeting & Exposition, Dallas, USA View poster
Autumn School of Chemoinformatics, Nara, Japan Marcus Gastreich (BioSolveIT GmbH) presented ChemBioNavigator
Europin Summer School in Drug Design, Vienna, Austria Christian Lemmen (University of Hamburg) presented ChemBioNavigator, and Gerhard Ecker (University of Vienna) gave a presentation: Open PHACTS: A novel platform for integrated data-driven drug discovery
1st Russian Conference on Medicinal Chemistry, Moscow, Russia Marcus Gastreich (BioSolveIT) presented ChemBioNavigator
(PDF) London, UK – The Open PHACTS Community Workshop was held at Burlington House in London on April 22 and 23, 2013. The workshop was intended to feature the public release of the Open PHACTS API and the first Open PHACTS example apps, ChemBioNavigator and PharmaTrek. The event was also held to outline the project sustainability Read more about Press Release: Open PHACTS Community Workshop: “Using the power of Open PHACTS”[…]
Contents: Using the Power of Open PHACTS: Community Workshop, 22-23 April 2013, London Public Release of the API Open PHACTS Explorer Public Release of ChemBioNavigator and PharmaTrek Recent Presentations and Publications Open PHACTS code now on GitHub Accelrys Hackathon & Community Website Recent Associated Partners View newsletter Sign up for the Open PHACTS Newsletter
We are proud to announce that ChemBioNavigator, one of the Example Applications developed within the project, has been launched. Try out ChemBioNavigator now ChemBioNavigator allows the user to visualise the chemical and biological space of a molecule group in a chemically-aware manner. The physicochemical properties of molecular groups can be plotted against each other and each individual Read more about ChemBioNavigator launched[…]
19th EuroQSAR, Knowledge Enabled Ligand Design, Vienna, Austria View poster