By Munish Puri, Yashwant Pathak, Vijay Kumar Sutariya, Srinivas Tipparaju, Wilfrido Moreno
Artificial Neural community for Drug layout, supply and Disposition offers an in-depth examine using man made neural networks (ANN) in pharmaceutical examine. With its skill to benefit and self-correct in a hugely complicated surroundings, this predictive device has super capability to assist researchers extra successfully layout, improve, and convey winning medications.
This e-book illustrates how one can use ANN methodologies and types with the rationale to regard illnesses like breast melanoma, cardiac disorder, and extra. It comprises the newest state of the art learn, an research of some great benefits of ANN, and proper examples. As such, this booklet is a necessary source for educational and researchers around the pharmaceutical and biomedical sciences.
- Written through top educational and scientists who've contributed considerably to the sphere and are on the vanguard of synthetic neural community (ANN) research
- Focuses on ANN in drug layout, discovery and supply, in addition to followed methodologies and their purposes to the therapy of varied illnesses and disorders
- Chapters conceal vital subject matters around the pharmaceutical technique, similar to ANN in structure-based drug layout and the appliance of ANN in glossy drug discovery
- Presents the longer term strength of ANN-based options in biomedical photograph research and lots more and plenty more
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Artificial Neural Network for Drug Design, Delivery and Disposition by Munish Puri, Yashwant Pathak, Vijay Kumar Sutariya, Srinivas Tipparaju, Wilfrido Moreno