In The Korean journal of chemical engineering
Polypharmacy, the co-administration of multiple drugs, has become an area of concern as the elderly population grows and an unexpected infection, such as COVID-19 pandemic, keeps emerging. However, it is very costly and time-consuming to experimentally examine the pharmacological effects of polypharmacy. To address this challenge, machine learning models that predict drug-drug interactions (DDIs) have actively been developed in recent years. In particular, the growing volume of drug datasets and the advances in machine learning have facilitated the model development. In this regard, this review discusses the DDI-predicting machine learning models that have been developed since 2018. Our discussion focuses on dataset sources used to develop the models, featurization approaches of molecular structures and biological information, and types of DDI prediction outcomes from the models. Finally, we make suggestions for research opportunities in this field.
Hong Eujin, Jeon Junhyeok, Kim Hyun Uk
Adverse Drug Reaction, Drug-Drug Interaction, Featurization, Machine Learning, Polypharmacy