Andrew Potterton, Alexander Heifetz, and Andrea Townsend-Nicholson (2022).
Methods in molecular biology (Clifton, N.J.), 2390, 191-205.   (PubMed)

Drug-target residence time, the duration of binding at a given protein target, has been shown in some protein families to be more significant for conferring efficacy than binding affinity. To carry out efficient optimization of residence time in drug discovery, machine learning models that can predict that value need to be developed. One of the main challenges with predicting residence time is the paucity of data. This chapter outlines all of the currently available ligand kinetic data, providing a repository that contains the largest publicly available source of GPCR-ligand kinetic data to date. To help decipher the features of kinetic data that might be beneficial to include in computational models for the prediction of residence time, the experimental evidence for properties that influence residence time are summarized. Finally, two different workflows for predicting residence time with machine learning are outlined. The first is a single-target model trained on ligand features; the second is a multi-target model trained on features generated from molecular dynamics simulations.

This example uses the following methods: