bio combinatorial chemistry

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bio combinatorial chemistry

An iterative process consisting of synthesis of combinatorial chemical libraries followed by screening in biological systems to evaluate function.
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Biocombinatorial chemistry is an emerging field characterized by the rapid, parallel synthesis of large "libraries" of organic compounds used for testing in biological systems.
Through biocombinatorial chemistry, the university investigators will create novel chemical compounds at the department of chemistry's newly established Combinatorial Chemistry Center and then test them elsewhere in the university in specific assays to learn whether they interrupt cellular activities that can lead to cancer.
Biocombinatorial chemistry is the most comprehensive approach to designing highly specific drugs that work," said John S.