Abstract: At present work discusses the current level of computer modeling the relationship structure of organic compounds and drugs and their ability to penetrate the BBB. All descriptors that influence to this permeability within classification and regression QSAR models are generalized and analyzed. The crucial role of H-bond in processes both passive, and active transport across BBB is observed. It is concluded that further research should be focused on interpretation the spatial structure of a full-size P-glycoprotein molecule with high resolution and the creation of QSAR models describing the quantitative relationship between structure and active transport of substances across BBB.
Reference: Raevsky O.A., Solodova S.L., Lagunin A.A., Poroikov V.V., Computer modeling of blood brain barrier permeability of physiologically active compounds, Biomeditsinskaya khimiya, 2014, vol: