Molecular Screening

This is a part of Scanning Life's Matrix: Genes, Proteins, and Small Molecules


After a chemical biologist has made many novel small molecules by diversity-oriented synthesis, the next step is to find those that are useful. Molecules need to be "screened." Conceptually, screening is like using proteins as a custom filter to catch potentially useful small molecules.

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