Drug Discovery


While structural approaches are central to drug development, what makes a molecule a safe and efficient drug is best defined by functional properties within the context of a sick body.

What is in a structure?

At the center of modern drug discovery is the information of atomic structures and molecular interactions. The belief in the adequacy of the structure–function hypothesis begs the question of what exactly we see in the structure of a molecule when we call it a drug.


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