druggable

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druggable

, drugable (drŭg′ă-bĕl)
1. Amenable to treatment with drugs or susceptible to alteration or manipulation with drugs.
2. In genetics, pert. to the ability of a molecule to regulate the function of an endogenous protein for the benefit of the organism.
druggabilitydrugability (-bil′ĭt-ē)
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To predict the drugability of initial hits, these hits were filtered on Lipinski's rule of five (Table-1).
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NeoGenesis, founded in 1997, has developed a highly efficient Chemical Genomics strategy that utilizes drug-like, small molecule ligands very early in the discovery process to empirically determine the biological utility and drugability of poorly characterized, disease-associated proteins.