Avid M. Afzal
Avid M. Afzal
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Target prediction utilising negative bioactivity data covering large chemical space
LH Mervin, AM Afzal, G Drakakis, R Lewis, O Engkvist, A Bender
Journal of cheminformatics 7 (1), 1-16, 2015
932015
FAst MEtabolizer (FAME): A rapid and accurate predictor of sites of metabolism in multiple species by endogenous enzymes
J Kirchmair, MJ Williamson, AM Afzal, JD Tyzack, APK Choy, A Howlett, ...
Journal of chemical information and modeling 53 (11), 2896-2907, 2013
492013
A multi-label approach to target prediction taking ligand promiscuity into account
AM Afzal, HY Mussa, RE Turner, A Bender, RC Glen
Journal of cheminformatics 7 (1), 1-14, 2015
312015
Orthologue chemical space and its influence on target prediction
LH Mervin, KC Bulusu, L Kalash, AM Afzal, F Svensson, MA Firth, I Barrett, ...
Bioinformatics 34 (1), 72-79, 2018
272018
Maximizing gain in high-throughput screening using conformal prediction
F Svensson, AM Afzal, U Norinder, A Bender
Journal of cheminformatics 10 (1), 1-10, 2018
132018
Bridging of anions by hydrogen bonds in nest motifs and its significance for Schellman loops and other larger motifs within proteins
AM Afzal, F Al‐Shubailly, DP Leader, EJ Milner‐White
Proteins: Structure, Function, and Bioinformatics 82 (11), 3023-3031, 2014
82014
The Parzen Window method: In terms of two vectors and one matrix
HY Mussa, JBO Mitchell, AM Afzal
Pattern recognition letters 63, 30-35, 2015
72015
Extending in silico protein target prediction models to include functional effects
LH Mervin, AM Afzal, L Brive, O Engkvist, A Bender
Frontiers in pharmacology 9, 613, 2018
62018
Bioinformatics: Concepts, methods, and data
SW Robinson, AM Afzal, DP Leader
Handbook of Pharmacogenomics and Stratified Medicine, S. Padmanabhan, Ed …, 2014
62014
Prediction of UGT-mediated metabolism using the manually curated MetaQSAR database
A Mazzolari, AM Afzal, A Pedretti, B Testa, G Vistoli, A Bender
ACS medicinal chemistry letters 10 (4), 633-638, 2019
42019
Information-derived mechanistic hypotheses for structural cardiotoxicity
F Svensson, A Zoufir, S Mahmoud, AM Afzal, I Smit, KA Giblin, ...
Chemical research in toxicology 31 (11), 1119-1127, 2018
42018
A Bayesian neural network for toxicity prediction
E Semenova, DP Williams, AM Afzal, SE Lazic
Computational Toxicology 16, 100133, 2020
32020
Multitask bioactivity predictions using structural chemical and cell morphology information
MA Trapotsi, I Barrett, L Mervin, AM Afzal, N Sturm, O Engkvist, A Bender
ChemRxiv, 2020
22020
Systematic Analysis of Protein Targets Associated with Adverse Events of Drugs from Clinical Trials and Postmarketing Reports
IA Smit, AM Afzal, CHG Allen, F Svensson, T Hanser, A Bender
Chemical Research in Toxicology, 2020
22020
Understanding Conditional Associations between ToxCast in Vitro Readouts and the Hepatotoxicity of Compounds Using Rule-Based Methods
SY Mahmoud, F Svensson, A Zoufir, D Módos, AM Afzal, A Bender
Chemical research in toxicology 33 (1), 137-153, 2019
22019
Target Fishing: A Single-Label or Multi-Label Problem?
AM Afzal, HY Mussa, RE Turner, A Bender, RC Glen
arXiv preprint arXiv:1411.6285, 2014
22014
New Associations between Drug-Induced Adverse Events in Animal Models and Humans Reveal Novel Candidate Safety Targets
KA Giblin, D Basili, AM Afzal, L Rosenbrier-Ribeiro, N Greene, I Barrett, ...
Chemical Research in Toxicology, 2020
12020
Comparison of Scaling Methods to Obtain Calibrated Probabilities of Activity for Protein–Ligand Predictions
LH Mervin, AM Afzal, O Engkvist, A Bender
Journal of chemical information and modeling 60 (10), 4546-4559, 2020
12020
A comparison of scaling methods to obtain calibrated probabilities of activity for ligand-target predictions
L Mervin, AM Afzal, O Engkvist, A Bender
ChemRxiv, 2020
12020
Maximizing gain in HTS screening using conformal prediction
U Norinder, F Svensson, AM Afzal, A Bender
Conformal and Probabilistic Prediction and Applications, 103-117, 2017
12017
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