Thematic series
G protein-coupled receptors: computer-aided ligand dicovery and computational structural analysis in the 2010s

The crystallography of G protein-coupled receptors has recently entered a phase of rapid expansion that is fostering the flourishing of the structure-based discovery of ligands of this notable class of drug targets. This thematic issue originates from the 31st Camerino-Cyprus-Noordwijkerhout Symposium held in May 2013 at the University of Camerino ( Specifically, it originates from a session of the symposium entitled “Structure-Based Discovery of Ligands of G Protein-Coupled Receptors: Finally a Reality”.

In Silico Pharmacology
Edited by: Dr Stefano Costanzi
Collection published: 20 December 2013

Thematic series
Computational Pharmacokinetics

The first special issue of In Silico Pharmacology focuses on computational pharmacokinetics as an integral part of applications in computational pharmacology.

In a collection of review articles, we attempt to cover the important topics of model structure, model parameterization, improved organ description, and modeling of drug-drug interactions, which are currently at the crossroads between several emerging disciplines and will shape the future of therapeutic treatments and public health. 

In Silico Pharmacology
Edited by: Prof Frederic Bois
Collection published: 6 March 2013