version française rss feed
HAL : in2p3-00114348, version 1

Fiche détaillée  Récupérer au format
NETTAB 2006, Network Tools and Applications in Biology - A series of workshops in Bioinformatics Distributed. Applications, Web Services, Tools and GRID Infrastructures for Bioinformatics, Santa Margherita di Pula : Italie (2006)
Grid-enabled high throughput in-silico screening against influenza A neuraminidase
H.-C. Lee, J. Salzemann1, N. Jacq1, L.-Y. Ho, H.-Y. Chen, V. Breton1, I. Merelli, L. Milanesi, S. C. Lin, Y.-T. Wu

Encouraged by the success of first EGEE biomedical data challenge against malaria[1], the second data challenge was kicked off in April, 2006, fighting against avian flu. In the paper, we demonstrated how to adopt a world-wide deployed Grid infrastructure to efficiently produce a large scale virtual screening to speed up the drug design process. The 6-weeks activity of molecular docking on the Grid has covered over 100 years of computing power required for discovering new drug for avian flu. Around 600 Gigabytes of output has also been produced and archived on the Grid for further biological analysis and test.
1 :  LPC - Laboratoire de Physique Corpusculaire [Clermont-Ferrand]

Informatique/Calcul parallèle, distribué et partagé
Grid computing – biological databases – grid services – web services
Liste des fichiers attachés à ce document : 
Nettab2.pdf(246 KB)