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J Pharm Sci. 2003 Feb;92(2):360-70.

Recent advances in the prediction of blood-brain partitioning from molecular structure.

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British Biotech Pharmaceuticals, Watlington Road, Oxford OX4 6LY, United Kingdom. mlobell@osip.com

Abstract

The widely distributed software tools Cerius2 and ACD/log D Suite have been used to develop a new method for the prediction of the ratio of concentrations of a drug in the brain and blood (BB,quantified as log BB) from structure. The performances of all known blood-brain partitioning prediction methods are compared to give an up-to-date account on their accuracy, limitations, and usefulness. It is demonstrated that the new log BB prediction method is superior to other methods with regard to low-to-medium throughput log BB prediction, whereas the C2-ADME log BB two-dimensional (2D) method seems to offer the best compromise between speed and accuracy for ultra-high throughput processing of large compound databases for log BB prediction.

PMID:
12532385
DOI:
10.1002/jps.10282
[Indexed for MEDLINE]
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