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Cheminformatics

Group leader

  

 

doc. Mgr. Daniel Svozil, Ph.D.

 
b  daniel.svozil at vscht.cz

e  220 444 391

d  Z12a

 

Team members

      Senior researchers

            Ing. Petr Čech, Ph.D.


      Ph.D. students

            Ing. Ivan Čmelo

            M.Sc. Wim Dehaen

            Ing. Martin Šícho

            Ing. Ctibor Škuta

            Ing. Milan Voršilák

            M.Sc. Isabel Agea

 

Publications

Software

Cheminformatics uses computers to analyse chemical structure and its relationships to a biological activity. Cheminformatics is a multidisciplinary field that integrates chemistry, statistics, informatics and molecular biology.

 

In our group, we are interested in the design and analysis of novel biologically active compounds that can be used as drugs or chemical probes. We closely cooperate with the Laboratory of Cell Differentiation lead by Dr. P. Bartůněk from the Institute of Molecular Genetics AS CR. Together, we investigate the role of human nuclear receptors in the formation and treatment of tumour diseases.

 

The Laboratory of Cell Differentiation operates the National Infrastructure for Chemical Biology CZ-OPENSCREEN that is the national node of the European infrastructure EU-OPENSCREEN. As the member of CZ-OPENSCREEN, we are responsible for cheminformatics and data analysis domains. In addition, we also represent UCT in the Czech node of the European bioinformatics infrastructure ELIXIR. The engangement in these biomedical infrastructures guarantees us the access to interesting projects, as well as sustained funding of our research activities.

Updated: 13.9.2017 17:23, Author: Petr Čech

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