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Rational drug design: How far have we come?

4 January 2018 | By

From the early use of Hansch parameters and Topliss Trees to today’s computational structure–activity techniques, medicinal chemists have long sought to rationalise drug design to find the quickest and most resource-efficient route to market. But while modern strategies are more reliant on statistical algorithms and vast data libraries, these founding…

Proteogenomics research – on the frontier of precision medicine

14 December 2017 | By , , , , , , ,

Proteogenomics is the systematic and comprehensive integration of proteomics with genomics and transcriptomics. Proteogenomics is opening new hallmarks in biomedical research. Recently, several studies have demonstrated the relevance of proteogenomics in cancer research. This article provides a brief review of the advantages of proteogenomics in precision medicine.

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