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ne·o·morph

, neomorphism (nē'ō-mōrf, nē'ō-mōr'fizm),
A new formation; a structure found in higher organisms, only slight or no traces of which exist in lower orders.
[neo- + G. morphē, form]

neomorph

(nē′ō-morf) [″ + morphe, form]
A new formation or development that is not inherited from a similar structure in an ancestor.
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Our ALIS screening system and our huge NeoMorph library of compounds were keys to being able to discover the leads and keep the Mitsubishi project on track.
NeoGenesis will apply its NeoMorph compound libraries and its proprietary Automated Ligand Identification System (ALIS) to these targets with the goal to discover and optimize small molecule drug-like compounds exhibiting high binding affinity and selectivity for the target proteins.
NeoGenesis will apply its NeoMorph 10 million compound libraries and its proprietary Automated Ligand Identification System (ALIS) to these targets to discover small molecule drug-like compounds exhibiting high affinity and selectivity against the target proteins.
NeoGenesis will use its Chemical Genomics technologies-including its proprietary ALIS (Automated Ligand Identification System) screening platform and NeoMorph compound libraries-to attempt to identify compounds that exhibit a high degree of binding affinity for Aventis' drug targets.
Coupled with NeoGenesis' NeoMorph compound library -- consisting of more than 10 million diverse drug-like compounds -- ALIS identifies small-molecule ligands of high affinity and high selectivity against many protein classes, resulting in an accelerated drug discovery process.
Coupled with NeoGenesis' neoMorph compound "library," consisting of more than 10 million diverse "drug-like" compounds, ALIS identifies small molecule ligands of high affinity and high selectivity against the full range of protein classes to accelerate drug discovery.