Combinatorial Chemistry and Technology. Principles, Methods, by Stanislav Miertus, Giorgio Fassina

By Stanislav Miertus, Giorgio Fassina

"Provides finished insurance of the present combinatorial methodologies and applied sciences hired for the layout, synthesis, and screening of molecular ""libraries."" positive factors checks of computer-assisted ways to guiding library synthesis. Designed to fulfill the call for to create, produce in excessive yield and purity, and quickly display large numbers of molecules."

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J. Am. Chem. Soc. 118, 11488–11500 (1996). 36. , Park, T. , Kim, I. , Lloyd, K. , Danishefsky, S. , and Livingston, P. , Angew. , Int. Ed. 36, 125–128 (1997). 37. , Slovin, S. , Kim, I. , Kim, H. , Bornmann, W. , Lloyd, K. , Scher, H. , Livingston, P. , and Danishefsky, S. , Angew. , Int. Ed. 38, 563–566 (1999). 38. , and Danishefsky, S. , unpublished results. 39. , Angew. , Int. Ed. 26, 294–308 (1987). 40. , Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. (USA) 93, 11041–11046 (1996). 41. , and Rickert, K. , Proc. Natl.

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