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Annual Reports in Combinatorial Chemistry and Molecular Diversity

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Contenu Section I: Combinatorial Chemistry.- Combinatorial chemistry: A perspective.- Techniques for mixture synthesis.- Technique... Lire la suite
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Section I: Combinatorial Chemistry.- Combinatorial chemistry: A perspective.- Techniques for mixture synthesis.- Techniques for single-compound synthesis.- Recent advances in solid-phase synthesis.- Selection of supports for solid-phase organic synthesis.- Solution-phase combinatorial chemistry.- Analytical methods for the quality control of combinatorial libraries.- Automated synthesis.- Applications of combinatorial technology to drug discovery.- Section II: Combinatorial Biology and Evolution.- Combinatorial biology and evolution: A perspective.- Models and search strategies for applied molecular evolution.- Molecular evolutionary biology.- Landscapes for molecular evolution: Lessons from in vitro selection experiments with nucleic acids.- Synthetic peptide libraries.- Phage display.- Section III: Informatics and Related Topics.- Informatics and related topics: A perspective.- Modern chemical and biological databases.- Practical high throughput screening.- Deconvolution methods in solid-phase synthesis.- Patent strategies in molecular diversity.- Combinatorial chemistry alliances in the 1990s: Review of deal structures.- Combinatorial chemistry: The promise fulfilled?.- A compendium of solid-phase chemistry publications.- Author Index.

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Titre: Annual Reports in Combinatorial Chemistry and Molecular Diversity
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Code EAN: 9789072199232
ISBN: 9072199235
Format: Livre Relié
Genre: Médecine
nombre de pages: 372
Poids: 976g
Taille: H254mm x B178mm x T28mm
Année: 1997

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