The human genome contains about 400 olfactory genes. This overwelming number of genes have allowed us to evade from danger, find food and mate during evolution. Today, it allows us to appreciate the heavenly smells of flowers and perfumes. Our algorithm predicts the smells of a chemical based on their structures, and diversity of the smells perceived by the population.
Our algorithm provides the state-of-the-art performance in cancer drug and synergy prediction.