The Organic Chemistry of Drug Synthesis

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Organized to make the information accessible, this resource covers disease state, rationale for method of drug therapy, and the biological activities of each compound and preparation. The Organic Chemistry of Drug Synthesis, Volume 7 is a hands-on reference for medicinal and organic chemists, and a great resource for graduate and advanced undergraduate students in organic and medicinal chemistry. About the Author Daniel Lednicer , PhD, is the author of several books on drug synthesis and discovery.

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Monocyclic Compounds. Polycyclic Compounds: Steroids. Polycyclic Compounds. Arylcarbonyl Derivatives. Compounds Related to Aniline.

Compounds Related to Arylsulfonic Acids. Miscellaneous Monocyclic Aromatic Compounds. Other benzofused carbocyclic compounds. Compounds with One Heteroatom. Compounds with Two Heteroatoms. Compounds with Three Fused Rings. Compounds with Four Fused Rings. Subject Index. Cross Index of Biological Activity.

Nevertheless, this approach already proved that computer's ability to learn reaction rules can make it possible for fully data-driving and automatic pathway designing algorithms.

Methods summarized in section The Development of Rule-based Synthetic Design emphasized the importance of reaction rules as traditional organic chemists do. As statistical methods get more and more popular in recent two decades, scientists tried to combine reaction rules with data science skills, especially machine learning. We define these models as two-step ones, which undergoes two separate steps 1 the first step is for providing excess possible reaction results, and the second is for ranking or scoring of them; 2 or the first step is for classification of reactions, and the second is for applying certain pre-coded rules.

Figure 3. Reaction rules play the intermediate role in two-step models. The judging or ranking in diamond blocks is implemented by using machine learning or deep learning methods. While SYNCHEM uses active node and non-active node to label the molecules, other subsequent machine learning algorithms are based on molecular descriptors to characterize the reactants in order to guess the outcome of the reaction.

With descriptors as the fingerprint of molecules or reactions, computer algorithms become more likely to do classification or similarity calculation.


Schneider and collaborators' work Schneider et al. If the input is shortened to only include reactant or product, this method can be applied to reaction prediction or pathway design. During the last 10 years, there were many algorithms published to predict the outcome of organic reactions, which still rely on reaction rules but use machine learning to judge which rule to choose.

Although the ideas are similar, they differ in some details. Since outcome prediction is forerunners of retrosynthesis analysis in this field, we briefly introduce some of the relevant algorithms. Carrera et al. However, it was unlikely to give every compound an independent model, so it was far from a generalized reaction prediction system.

This system consists of two separate functional modules, which can be used individually or sequentially. The first one contains four logic-based and knowledge-based models for generating and discovering reactions. The second one mainly applies learning tools for reaction simulation process. The CSB takes account of a set of mechanisms controlling the course of reaction generation, even considering thermodynamic concept reaction enthalpy , and common reactive sites, searching for analogies in reaction database. Reaction Predictor Kayala et al. The first component is a proposal model analyzing structures of input molecules and propose all possible reactions according to the mechanism of reactions.

Finally, neural networks are used to determine the most likely combinations in order to predict the true mechanism. The reported accuracy is While this approach allows for the prediction of many reactions at the mechanistic level, many organic chemistry reactions have relatively complicated mechanisms with several elementary, which would be costlier for this algorithm to predict.

However, it does not require any reaction template. Coley et al. First, they generated a set of chemically plausible products according to pre-inputted reaction rules. During this process, they also mentioned the importance of negative sampling like Segler and Waller, and they expanded existing reaction databases with negative reaction examples.

Second, softmax neural network layer i. Four kinds of information were inputted: 1 An atom a i loses a hydrogen; 2 An atom a i gains a hydrogen; 3 Two atoms, a i and a j , lose a connecting bond b ij ; 4 Two atoms, a i and a j , gain a connecting bond b ij , and output will be the probability.

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Combining edit-based model and baseline model only concern about the structure of products , the hybrid model gives the accuracy of It can also be applied to predict retrosynthetic reactions. Wei et al. This kind of fingerprints were generated from molecule graphs, in which nodes represent atoms and edges represent bonds. At each layer of a convolutional neural network, information flows between neighbors in the graph. Finally, this model will generate a fixed-length fingerprint vector.

In the afterward predicting algorithm, Wei et al. In fact, previously developed machine learning algorithms were also able to predict the products of these reactions with similar or better accuracy, but the structure of their algorithms allow for greater flexibility. However, only 16 types of reactions covering a very narrow scope of possible alkyl halide and alkene reactions limits the application of the algorithm.

Furthermore, the effect of secondary reactant or reagent was over-simplified as only 50 common ones were taken into consideration. With some additional network-based calculation, this model can find novel reactions by searching for missing nodes in the graph and predict the catalysts of reactions. Although they did not include machine learning then, one major advancement is their idea of negative sampling. As they mentioned, while the positive evaluation of a reaction prediction system can be easily done with a test set of hold-out known reactions, negative evaluation with reactions that are known not to occur is a difficult task, because failed reactions or the limitations of synthetic methodology were seldom published.

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This lack of data has been criticized both by synthetic chemistry and chemoinformatics community. Then the model can identify the wrong products and label these reactions as unlikely to occur. That means negative samples can be generated by computers, which greatly helped the development of machine learning in the field of reaction prediction.

Although these methods are not designed specifically for retrosynthesis, some of them can be modified to meet the requirements of retrosynthetic prediction, too, such as Segler and Waller's reaction graph, Coley et al. These methods, together with other earlier retrosynthesis methods related to machine learning are in common because they all divide the task into two separate steps, they all undergo an intermediate step—reaction rules. Similarly, programs specialized for reaction pathway prediction can also adopt this process.

One important work is Segler and Waller's neural-symbolic approach Segler and Waller, b for retrosynthesis and reaction prediction, as well as synthetic pathway design. Since it is specially designed for retrosynthesis analysis, it must have some distinguished features—global information has to be considered to avoid conflicts. For example, for carbon-carbon coupling reactions, when there are carboxyl or aldehyde groups in the target molecule, Kumada reaction should be abandoned because the Grignard reagent will react with these groups, so we can only choose Suzuki, which uses R-B OH 2 instead of RMgBr.

In their neural-symbolic method, the computer has to learn which named reaction can be used to produce a molecule or under which rule the starting materials reacted with all information about the molecule. By training neural networks with millions of examples of known reactions and the corresponding correct reaction rules, computers will give each input a label of reaction type. Their reaction data are from the commercially available Reaxys database.

Because this fingerprint a fixed-length indicator, a neural network with one hidden layer Clevert et al. The neural network on molecular fingerprints to prioritize rules are combined with a Monte Carlo tree search, which can realize the function of retrosynthetic reaction prediction. When applying retrosynthesis prediction several times, we can get the synthesis pathway. Then, they replaced hand-coded reaction rules with automatically-extracted 8, reaction rules from 4.

However, they reported an average of In Segler et al. Then by generating negative examples as they did in their previous work, a binary filter network for predicting whether reactions really occur were trained, thus every reaction proposed in the expansion process would be evaluated and only feasible ones are kept, which greatly reduced the risk of wrong output. However, quantitatively prediction of enantiomerism is still an unsolved problem in this model.