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Combinatorial Chemistry: Synthesis and Application

  •  ISBN-10 047112687X

  •  ISBN-13 978-047112687-4

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publication info   S. Wilson and A. Czarnik, ed., John Wiley & Sons, Ltd, 1997, 288 pp., hard cover
mfr. no.   Wiley

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Combinatorial Chemistry: Synthesis and Application details critical aspects of the technique, featuring the work of some of the world′s leading chemists, many of whom played a key role in its development. Includes examples of both solution-phase and solid-phase approaches as well as the full complement of organic chemistry technologies currently available.

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Parallel Organic Synthesis Using Parke-Davis Diversomer Technology (S. DeWitt & A. Czarnik).
Polymer-Supported Synthesis of Organic Compounds and Libraries (M. Kurth).
Macro Beads as Microreactors: New Solid- Phase Synthesis Methodology (W. Rapp).
Solid-Phase Methods in Combinatorial Chemistry (I. Sucholeiki).
Combinatorial Synthesis Exploiting Multiple-Component Condensations, Microchip Encoding, and Resin Capture (R. Armstrong, et al.).
Indexed Combinatorial Libraries: Nonoligomeric Chemical Diversity for the Discovery of Novel Enzyme Inhibitors (M. Pirrung, et al.).
Combinatorial Libraries of Peptides, Proteins, and Antibodies Using Biological Systems (S. Benkovic, et al.).
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