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January 11, 2007
An Innocent Question
If you're on the editorial staff of J. Med. Chem., and you've got one of those "Perspective" review articles to go over, and it's on the very important (and very complex) topic of the binding of kinase inhibitors, something that's going to catch the eyes of lots of people all over the place. . .wouldn't you (and your referees) want to make sure that the paper has the correct structures in it? Even down to the level of obscure drugs like, say, Gleevec? Kinase Pro is just asking. . .
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