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EXPLOITING MOLECULAR DIVERSITY: Small Molecule Libraries for Drug Discovery

Cambridge Healthtech Institute , San Diego, CA, USA
January 29-31, 1996

The use of combinatorial libraries has rapidly moved from curiosity to a fundamental technique that is revolutionizing high throughput screening for drug discovery. The technology addresses a primary bottleneck, which has been a limitation on the available diversity of compounds to be screened. Further progress is still needed to expand diversity and to optimize strategies for identifying new leads and analogs of current leads. The progress of programs at many of the leading firms using combinatorial libraries, as well as innovations by various newer entrants into the field, will be presented. The third day of the meeting will feature targets and resulting compounds being developed by pharmaceutical and biotechnology endusers.

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Cambridge Healthtech Institute
1037 Chestnut Street
Newton Upper Falls, MA 02164
tel: 617-630-1300
fax: 617-630-1325

Deadline for Abstracts: 9/95

Email for Requests and Registration: chi@healthtech.com

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