Excelra Knowledge Solutions Pvt Ltd | January 19, 2022
Excelra, a leading global Data & Analytics organization, announced the partnership for its Global Online Structure Activity Relationship Database with XtalPi Inc., an AI-based pharmaceutical biotechnology company reinventing the industry's approach to drug research and development with its Intelligent Digital Drug Discovery and Development platform.
Excelra will provide ADMET datasets in the GOSTAR database to XtalPi Inc. as part of the partnership. GOSTAR's ADMET data will power XtalPi's predictive models. The data helps XtalPi with high precision and predictability to confidently tackle clinical failures of new chemical entities. The well-annotated, high-quality ADMET datasets of GOSTAR are built with a proprietary QMS-ISO certified curation process powered by NLP and human intelligence.
GOSTAR provides comprehensive information encompassing over 8 million compounds, manually curated from a variety of sources including patents and journal articles. The database contains over 29 million SAR associated data points. The well-structured relational database can be utilized for diverse applications across various stages of drug discovery and development lifecycle and aids in target validation, hit identification, early lead identification, and optimization.
"In XtalPi Inc., we develop advanced AI-based algorithms to tackle the challenges in the drug design process. The size and quality of datasets are always a big concern for us to build high-accuracy predictive models. That is why we consider GOSTAR as a unique and precious resource. It has millions of data points covering different compounds' ADMET properties and is also trustful, structured, and updated. We highly recommend GOSTAR to whoever is involved in the innovation of drug design methodologies."
Min Xu, Senior Scientist, Research Manager, XtalPi Inc
Norman Azoulay, Product Leader, Excelra, said, "Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning is bringing a paradigm shift to drug discovery and development. This partnership will help train XtalPi's models to accurately predict efficacy and safety parameters and to ultimately increase the success rate of drug design."
XtalPi is a pharmaceutical technology company that is reinventing the industry's approach to drug research and development with its Intelligent Digital Drug Discovery and Development platform. With tightly interwoven quantum physics, artificial intelligence, and high-performance cloud computing algorithms, XtalPi's platform provides accurate predictions on the physiochemical and pharmaceutical properties of small-molecule candidates for drug design, solid-form selection, and other critical aspects of drug development. XtalPi is dedicated to improving the efficiency, accuracy, and success rate of drug research and development, and contributing to a healthier society worldwide.
Excelra's data and analytics solutions empower innovation in life sciences from molecule to market. The Excelra Edge comes from harmonizing heterogeneous data sets, applying innovative bioinformatics know-how and technologies to accelerate your drug discovery & development with reliable and result-oriented insights. Excelra's GOSTAR is available as an application for users to seek, find, and discover compounds. In addition, it is offered via APIs and as a downloadable dataset to power in-house libraries and machine learning models.
AVITA Medical | April 22, 2022
Louis Drapeau has resigned from the Board of Directors of AVITA Medical, Inc. a regenerative medicine company that is developing and commercializing a technology platform that enables point-of-care autologous skin restoration for multiple unmet needs, effective April 29, 2022. Mr. Drapeau's resignation is not the result of a disagreement with the Company over any of its operations, policies, or procedures. Rather, he is stepping down for personal reasons.
Since January 2016, Mr. Drapeau has served as Chair of the Audit Committee and as a non-executive Director of AVITA Medical. Louis Drapeau had already stepped down as Chair of the Audit Committee as of February 23, 2022, as disclosed in the Company Form 10-KT dated March 1, 2022. James Corbett was appointed Chair of the Audit Committee in his place as of February 23, 2022, as disclosed in the Company Form 10-KT dated March 1, 2022.
“We want to thank Louis for his time, dedication and contributions to AVITA Medical over the past six years. We appreciate his insights and dedication to the Company and wish him the best.”
Lou Panaccio, Chairman of the Board
UConn | November 20, 2020
Consistent assembling has just begun to override customary group handling in the domain of tablet creation. The following region due for an assembling update? Nanoparticle drug conveyance frameworks, one startup thinks—and it's currently prepared to pitch its foundation to drugmakers.
The University of Connecticut as of late authorized its ceaseless nanoparticle fabricating innovation to DIANT Pharma, a startup helped to establish by the stage's designers Antonio Costa, Ph.D., and Diane Burgess, Ph.D.
The high-throughput framework can possibly spare tidy up room space, bring down the quantity of preparing steps and diminish the quantity of bunches created every year. Since the stage is persistent, it should empower makers to hop in the event that anything turns out badly, redirecting or eliminating just a little bit of the item instead of rejecting a whole group, Costa, CEO at DIANT and partner research teacher at UConn, said in a meeting.