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  • PAINs by X-Ray

    It’s safe to say that the concept of “pan-assay interference compounds” evokes some strong feelings in medicinal chemists. And those feelings… Read More
  • Where Does the News Hype Come From?

    From Chris Chambers on Twitter (of Cardiff Univ.) come some very important points about press coverage of scientific results. I often make references here to m… Read More
  • Tickling Individual Bonds

    When you get down to it, most of the ways that we chemists have to make our reactions work are not very elegant. We can change solvents, mess with ligands, drip… Read More
  • Down At the Small Surfaces

    Mechanochemistry – getting chemical reactions to occur by pressing, pulling, and grinding solid substances – continues to produce weird and interest… 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
  • Mistreating Enzymes For a Good Cause

    What happens when you chuck an active enzyme into the wrong solvent? Well, it stops working (or at the very least, it stops working as well as it did). And how… Read More
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