Combinatorial libraries are collections of chemical compounds, small molecules or macromolecules such as proteins, synthesized by combinatorial chemistry, in which multiple different combinations of related chemical species are reacted together in similar chemical reactions. Chemical synthesis methods are used to generate large groups of compounds that can themselves be elaborated in a similar combinatorial fashion.
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