Unique Skill ID: KS4410W626JDSVG7H465

Structure Activity Relationship

The structure–activity relationship (SAR) is the relationship between the chemical structure of a molecule and its biological activity. This idea was first presented by Crum-Brown and Fraser in 1865. The analysis of SAR enables the determination of the chemical group responsible for evoking a target biological effect in the organism. This allows modification of the effect or the potency of a bioactive compound by changing its chemical structure. Medicinal chemists use the techniques of chemical synthesis to insert new chemical groups into the biomedical compound and test the modifications for their biological effects.

Read Full Description
This Skill is part of Lightcast Open Skills, a library of over 32,000 skills used by schools, communities, and businesses that has become the standard language.
Search for other skills
Biophysical Techniques
Cloning (Biology)
Ligand
Phage Display
Protein Binding
Protein Biochemistry
Protein Engineering
Protein Function
Protein-Protein Interactions
Small Interfering RNA

Structure Activity Relationship Job Postings Data

Top Companies Posting

Job Postings Analytics Loading Spinner

Top Job Titles

Job Postings Analytics Loading Spinner

Job Postings Trend

Job Postings Analytics Loading Spinner

Live Job Postings

Job Postings Analytics Loading Spinner

Looking for more data on job postings?