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Title: Empleo de técnicas de Machine Learning para la predicción de propiedades ADME-Tox: Toxicidad
Author: Vela Castro, Alberto
Director: Javier Luis Cánovas Izquierdo
Tutor: Marta Enciso Carrasco
Keywords: Toxicity, Machine Learning, Adme-Tox
Issue Date: 4-Jun-2019
Publisher: Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (UOC)
Abstract: There is a growing predilection for the application of in silico techniques in the development and discovery of new drugs opposite of costly and laborious laboratory techniques. These are machine learning techniques. The Master Final Project (TFM) consisted in the analysis of the best current techniques of machine learning for the prediction of ADME-Tox property, toxicity. Once a theoretical comparison has been made, a practice will be carried out with a real database where it will be possible to observe the different efficiencies in the prediction of the different proposed models. The methodology was carried out with the free software of R and the ¿rcdk¿ package for the generation of the descriptors, followed by a pre-processing of the data and a subsequent generation of the algorithms with their proper comparison. The algorithm that was differentiated from the rest by its characteristics was the Decision Tree with an accuracy of 0.88 and a kappa index of 0.72 for this type of data. Thanks to the fact that it is capable of operating with low data volumes, few levels and above all because of its ability to exclude unimportant features. It could be concluded that for databases with a large number of numerical descriptors and few values, the ideal algorithm would be the Decision Tree.
Language: Spanish
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10609/98986
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