neomorph


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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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In those two minutes, viewers will have the point of view of the Neomorph while it grows inside the human host.
Coupled with NeoGenesis's 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 a greatly 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, resulting in a greatly accelerated drug discovery process.