Drug-likeness rules are set of guidelines for the structural properties of compounds, used for fast calculation of drug-like properties of a molecule. These guidelines are not absolute, nor are they intended to form strict cutoff values for which property values are drug-like and which are not drug-like. Nevertheless, they can be quite effective and efficient.
DruLiTo is an open source virtual screening tool. It's calculation is based on the various druglikeness rules like Lipinski's rule, MDDR-like rule, Veber rule, Ghose filter, BBB rule, CMC-50 like rule and Quantitative Estimate of Drug-likeness (QED). DruLiTo uses the Chemistry Development Kit (CDK), a Java library for descriptor calculation.
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