Open Source Drug Discovery: Highly Potent Antimalarial Compounds Derived from the Tres Cantos Arylpyrroles
Williamson, Alice E; Ylioja, Paul M; Robertson, Murray N; Antonova-Koch, Yevgeniya; Avery, Vicky; Baell, Jonathan B; Batchu, Harikrishna; Batra, Sanjay; Burrows, Jeremy; Bhattacharyya, Soumya; Calderon, Felix; Charman, Susan A; Clark, Julie; Crespo, Benigno; Dean, Matin; Debbert, Stefan L; Delves, Michael; Dennis, Adelaide S M; Deroose, Frederik; Duffy, Sandra; Fletcher, Sabine; Giaever, Guri; Hallyburton, Irene; Gamo, Francisco-Javier; Gebbia, Marinella; Guy, R Kiplin; Hungerford, Zoe; Kirk, Kiaran; Lafuente-Monasterio, Maria J; Lee, Anna; Meister, Stephan; Nislow, Corey; Overington, John P; Papadatos, George; Patiny, Luc; Pham, James; Ralph, Stuart A; Ruecker, Andrea; Ryan, Eileen; Southan, Christopher; Srivastava, Kumkum; Swain, Chris; Tarnowski, Matthew J; Thomson, Patrick; Turner, Peter; Wallace, Iain M; Wells, Timothy N C; White, Karen; White, Laura; Willis, Paul; Winzeler, Elizabeth A; Wittlin, Sergio; Todd, Matthew H
The development of new antimalarial compounds remains a pivotal part of the strategy for malaria elimination. Recent large-scale phenotypic screens have provided a wealth of potential starting points for hit-to-lead campaigns. One such public set is explored, employing an open source research mechanism in which all data and ideas were shared in real time, anyone was able to participate, and patents were not sought. One chemical subseries was found to exhibit oral activity but contained a labile...[Show more]
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