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Combinatorial Chemistry

The Chemical Generation of Molecular Diversity. Michael R. Pavia, Sphinx Pharmaceuticals, A Division of Eli Lilly (Published July, 1995).

Combinatorial Chemistry: A Strategy for the Future - MDL Information Systems discusses the role its Project Library plays in managing diversity libraries (Published July, 1995).

Solid Support Combinatorial Chemistry in Lead Discovery and SAR Optimization, Adnan M. M. Mjalli and Barry E. Toyonaga, Ontogen Corporation (Published July, 1995).

Non-Peptidic Bradykinin Receptor Antagonists From a Structurally Directed Non-Peptide Library. Sarvajit Chakravarty, Babu J. Mavunkel, Robin Andy, Donald J. Kyle*, Scios Nova Inc. (Published July, 1995).

Combinatorial Chemistry Library Design using Pharmacophore Diversity Keith Davies and Clive Briant, Chemical Design Ltd.

A Database System for Combinatorial Synthesis Experiments - Craig James and David Weininger, Daylight Chemical Information Systems, Inc.

An Information Management Architecture for Combinatorial Chemistry, Keith Davies and Catherine White, Chemical Design Ltd.

Novel Software Tools for Addressing Chemical Diversity, R. S. Pearlman, Laboratory for Molecular Graphics and Theoretical Modeling, College of Pharmacy, University of Texas (Published June/July, 1996).

Opportunities for Computational Chemists Afforded by the New Strategies in Drug Discovery: An Opinion, Yvonne Connolly Martin, Computer Assisted Molecular Design Project, Abbott Laboratories

Combinatorial Chemistry and Molecular Diversity Course at the University of Louisville: A Description, Arno F. Spatola, Department of Chemistry, University of Louisville (Published June/July, 1996).

Chemically Generated Screening Libraries: Present and Future. Michael R. Pavia, Sphinx Pharmaceuticals, A Division of Eli Lilly (Published June/July, 1996).

Chemical Strategies For Introducing Carbohydrate Molecular Diversity Into The Drug Discovery Process.. Michael J. Sofia, Transcell Technologies Inc. (Published June/July, 1996).

Data Management for Combinatorial Chemistry. Maryjo Zaborowski, Chiron Corporation and Sheila H. DeWitt, Parke-Davis Pharmaceutical Research, Division of Warner-Lambert Company (Published November, 1995).

The Impact of High Throughput Organic Synthesis on R&D in Bio-Based Industries, John P. Devlin (Published March, 1996).

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