In Silico Lead Discovery

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In Silico Lead Discovery
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ISBN : 9781608051427
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Computer-aided drug design and in silico screening have contributed to the discovery of several compounds that have either reached the market or entered clinical trials. In silico Lead Discovery is a compilation of the efforts of several experts on bioinf

In Silico Lead Discovery

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