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Current progress in natural product-like libraries for discovery screening.

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Libraries from natural product-like scaffolds.

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Advancing chemistry and biology through diversity-oriented synthesis of natural product-like libraries.

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High impact technologies for natural products screening.

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Natural product-like synthetic libraries.

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Natural products and combinatorial chemistry: back to the future.

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Natural products in drug discovery.

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Design of small molecule libraries for NMR screening and other applications in drug discovery.

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From protein domains to drug candidates-natural products as guiding principles in the design and synthesis of compound libraries.

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High-throughput method for the production and analysis of large natural product libraries for drug discovery.

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Virtual screening for the discovery of bioactive natural products.

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Protein structure similarity clustering and natural product structure as guiding principles in drug discovery.

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Drug discovery and natural products: end of an era or an endless frontier?

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Natural product guided compound library development.

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New aspects of natural products in drug discovery.

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Rational selection of structurally diverse natural product scaffolds with favorable ADME properties for drug discovery.

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