By Stanislav Miertus, Giorgio Fassina
"Provides finished assurance of the present combinatorial methodologies and applied sciences hired for the layout, synthesis, and screening of molecular ""libraries."" gains exams of computer-assisted methods to guiding library synthesis. Designed to meet the call for to create, produce in excessive yield and purity, and speedily monitor large numbers of molecules."
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Combinatorial Chemistry and Technology. Principles, Methods, and Applications by Stanislav Miertus, Giorgio Fassina