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October 12, 2010
Drug Discovery History
One of the speakers here yesterday recommended Walter Sneader's Drug Discovery: A History, which I haven't read. It looks good, though, for a look back on how we got here. He also showed some drug structure "family trees" from Sneader's earlier book, Drug Prototypes and Their Exploitation. I haven't seen a copy of that one in quite a while, and no wonder: the only copy shown on Amazon is used, for $500. Sheesh.
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