Tavaborole is an antifungal drug marketed as Kerydin®. Novel biologically active derivatives of tavaborole have been made, but it was not clear how the substitutions in the molecule impacted the structure and properties — until now.
In this webinar, Dr Izabela Madura presents her recent work which used an array of cheminformatics techniques together with quantum algorithms to understand the structure and properties of the novel forms. Her analysis suggests alternative polymorphs are likely, and found interaction cooperativity in one form.
Join the session to learn how the work was designed, what methods were used, the results and conclusions, along with wider context of how this work may enable future multicomponent crystal designs.
Who should attend?
Pharmaceutical formulation scientists
Drug discovery scientists
Researchers looking to modify or repurpose drugs
Scientists who want to use in silico techniques to understand drug structure and properties
Scientists investigating polymorphism in structures