Published today in @CellCellPress, "A Deep Learning Approach to Antibiotic Discovery" highlights the discovery of a powerful antibiotic named Halicin. The senior authors of the study are J-Clinic faculty co-leads, Profs. Regina Barzilay and James Collins.https://t.co/ANPnSFrLOP— THE & Health @MIT (@AIHealthMIT) February 21, 2020
"I Think that is one of the antibiotics most powerful that have ever been discovered," noted James Collins of the team that made the discovery. Machine learning allows you to "explore the areas of chemical, which would be a prohibitive level of cost with the approach of experimentation, the traditional," explained Regina Barzilay , the other scientist who led the research.
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