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Viernes, 04 de del 2015

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Progress in computer-aided drug design

J. Jesus Naveja, Eli Fernández-de Gortari, José Luis Medina Franco

Progress in computer-aided drug design Abstract The goals of computer-aided drug design (CADD) are the design, optimization and selection of compounds with biological activity. CADD is part of a multidisciplinary effort and has several specific applications during the drug development process. So far, this discipline has made significant contributions to the development of drugs that are currently in clinical use. Therefore, CADD has an increasing relevance in the research performed at the pharmaceutical industry, universities and research centers. Methods used in CADD can be used in other research areas such as natural products, biochemistry, food, organic, and theoretical chemistry. Herein, we discuss examples of drug design projects performed by an academic group focused on CADD. All Rights Reserved 2015 Universidad Nacional Autnoma de Mxico, Facultad de Qumica. This is an open access item distributed under the Creative Commons CC License BY-NC-ND 4.0.

The importance of Formative Assessment

Vicente Talanquer

The results of educational research in the last 40 years have shown that traditional teaching methods based on exposure of knowledge are ineffective in the development of significant learning.

Van der Waals, more than a cubic equation of state

Paola R. Duque Vega, Jesús Gracia Fadrique

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The use of the k nearest neighbor method to classify the representative elements

Antonio F. Figueiredo, João E. V. Ferreira, Ricardo Miranda de Morais, Clauber H. S. da Costa

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Using experimental seminars to support the first theoretical course of Organicchemistry

M. Laura Lavaggi, Marcos Couto, Natalia Ríos, Mariana Ingold, Fiorela Croce, Guzmán Álvarez, Mauricio Cabrera, Virginia López, Hugo Cerecetto, Mercedes González

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Science teachers professional development characterization --- part 2: The process of appropriation of a teaching model based on the constructivist learning cycle

Ainoa Marzábal, Alejandro Rocha, Braulio Toledo

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