Compound screening for drug development made simpler
The identification of compounds that could be promising candidates for drug development has become easier following new research. Scientists have developed a series of 'filters' that can be used to weed out those molecules likely to come up as false positives when screening a chemical library for compounds that could be useful in drug development.
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