metaTarFisher was served to fish the comprehensive and credible targets of a query compound through integrating several state-of-art target fishing tools. It estimates the more probable targets of a small molecule, given the priori hypothesis that the more hit frequency of a target, the higher the reliability of the target to be the real target, which testified by us. The predicted targets are ranked by their hit frequency, and afterwards, by minimum rank of the target hit by methods, for proteins with the same number of hit frequency.Read more
How to Use
It is very simple to use metaTarFisher, users only need to input a SMILES of
the compound. Example: search for Amlodipine
Step 1: Firstly,just input CCOC(=O)C1=C(COCCN)NC(C)=C(C1C1=CC=CC=C1Cl)C(=O)OC then click the button to submit the task.
Step 1: After the states of all the tasks become 'SUCCESS', click the submit button of step 2, then you will get the final results and diagrams.
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Nucleic Acids Research
metaTarFisher: a powerful web-based platform for credible target searching based on integrated tools and methods.
December 5, 2020 / Submitted
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