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  • One Way to Find Out

    Here’s a thing about research (and drug discovery in particular) that makes it a bit different from many other occupations: you can go for extended period… Read More
  • Drug Synthesis In Printed Reactors

    I’m still trying to get my bearings with this new paper from the Cronin group at Glasgow. What it proposes is a new style of API (active pharmaceutical in… Read More
  • The Landscape of Kinase Inhibitors

    I’ve been meaning to link to this article, which is the best overview I know of for kinase inhibitors. The authors (a large multicenter team led out of Mu… Read More
  • The Drug Project Landscape

    Here’s a new paper in Nature Reviews Drug Discovery that’s going to the trouble of matching specific disease indications with specific mechanisms in… Read More
  • Drug Development Costs Revisited

    A recent paper on drug development costs did not impress me. But if possible, it impressed Matthew Herper at Forbes even less. That’s the one where the au… Read More
  • Whole Classes of Things

    We all know about target-based drug discovery. Enough biology has been learned that we think that Protein X is operating at a crucial stage in the development o… Read More
  • Alnylam Breaks Through

    As a pioneer in RNAi therapeutics, Alnylam has really had some ups and downs over the years (some of them chronicled on this blog). Today would be one of the &# Read More
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