ZDOCKpro Protein-Protein Docking Information Package
Learn about the importance of protein-protein interactions in the development and treatment of disease. This information package introduces you to the ZDOCKpro protein-protein docking program through a sample workflow on how to predict the conformation of a protein-protein complex using two protein structures, two application notes (one discusses using ZDOCKpro to study the G-protein regulating system and the other discusses the use of homology models in ZDOCKpro docking), and a reference section that lists publications on the development, assessment, and use of ZDOCK and RDOCK, the two main sub-programs within ZDOCKpro. Request the ZDOCKpro Protein-Protein Docking Information Package
Preformulation and Formulation Applications Guide
Competitiveness in drug development means innovative drug products, reduced time to market, and a sustainable product portfolio. Find out how computational methods are helping support these efforts with your free Applications Guide. The Guide describes, with real industry research examples, how computational methods are deployed in leading pharmaceutical companies and research institutes, including AstraZeneca, Merck, Bristol-Myers Squibb, Transform Pharmaceutical, and Taiho Pharmaceutical. Request the Preformulation and Formulation Applications Guide
Generic Drug Development Package
The package includes a publication, webinar recording, and case studies — all aimed at helping you gain the advantage in the race of ANDAs.
Publication: "Polymorph in Generic Drug Product Development” (Adv. Drug Delivery Rev., 2004, 56, 391-395), by Mylan Pharmaceuticals Inc. (please note that you will only be able to read this publication on screen, and will not be able to print/save).
Webinar Recording: Features real-life examples of determining physiochemical property prediction and polymorphism, enhancing your batch-to-batch quality control through material characterization, improving your product performance through excipient selection and screening of chemical incompatibility, and ensuring your processability and manufacturability through material morphology prediction and analysis of the effects of processing parameters.
From TV screens to sensors and suncreams to thermometers, nanotechnology applications are already part of our daily lives. Accelrys' quantum mechanics, molecular mechanics, and mesoscale simulation software offers an extensive suite of tools to support and drive nanotechnology R&D, but how do these tools find 'hands-on' application in this exciting field? Request the Nanotechnology Applications Guide