Case Study

BioPharma Expands 3D Structure Portal With BIOVIA Pipeline Pilot

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R&D project teams at this company, typically consisting of medicinal/computational chemists and modelers, required flexible ways to view 3D structures of ligand-protein complexes. The company's previous legacy research informatics database did not accommodate all 3D modeling results. With their database unable to store these prospective models, team interactions were challenging, often involving cluttered folders of files, emails and PowerPoint slides with resulting poor communication between medicinal chemists and modelers. The company’s R&D team needed a comprehensive and sustainable 3D Structure Portal that would help to advance and accelerate their growing pipeline of investigational compounds. 

Continue reading to learn about the competitive advantage that helped a research-based biopharmaceutical company close the communication gap between medicinal chemists and modelers, expanded and improved the 3D Structure Portal, simplified interactions with 3D visualizers, and more.

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