Publication ● 31 Aug 2020 ● ACS J. Chem. Inf. Model., 2020Emulating Docking Results Using a Deep Neural Network: A New Perspective for Virtual Screening In this work, we investigate the feasibility of learning a deep neural network to predict the docking output directly from a two-dimensional compound structure.
Publication ● 27 Jun 2020Molecule Edit Graph Attention Network: Modeling Chemical Reactions as Sequences of Graph Edits We propose Molecule Edit Graph Attention Network (MEGAN), a template-free neural model that encodes reaction as a sequence of graph edit.
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