About TargetHunter of Small Molecule
TargetHunter of Small Molecule is designed and constructed to identify possible targets of small molecules by searching the available bioactive compound-target pairs reported from literature using the query structure. This server will facility data-sharing and information exchange among UPCMLD scientific research communities with online structure search functions and data analysis tools implemented.
TargetHunter also features an embedded geography tool or BioassayGeoMap and allow user easily to search for potential collaborators that can validate the predicted biological target(s) or off-target(s) experimentally.
To cite TargetHunter, please reference:
Lirong Wang, Chao Ma, Peter Wipf, Haibin Liu, Weiwei Su, and Xiang-Qun. Xie, TargetHunter: a web portal for predicting the therapeutic potential of small organic molecules based on chemogenomic database. AAPS J. 2013 Apr;15(2):395-406. doi: 10.1208/s12248-012-9449-z
TargetHunter is created and maintained by Prof. Xiang-Qun (Sean) Xie’s laboratory
Any comment, suggestion or request, please send Dr. Lirong Wang an email.
(Last updated on Oct 29, 2016)