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Going Small: Using Biophysical Screening to Implement Fragment Based Drug Discovery

By John J. Bowling, William R. Shadrick, Elizabeth C. Griffith and Richard E. Lee

Submitted: April 8th 2016Reviewed: October 20th 2016Published: November 30th 2016

DOI: 10.5772/66423

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