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Small Proteins: Into the Gap

09:37 EST 13 Nov 2017 | Science

We medicinal chemists are used to thinking about small molecule drugs – it’s what we do. And we’re also comfortable with having a category in our worldview that we assign to “biologics” – proteins, mostly, many of them antibodies, which can also be extremely therapeutically effective under the right conditions. But we really need to

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