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Computer model predicts side effects

Nature volume 486, pages 326327 (21 June 2012) | Download Citation

Drug candidates are usually found to be unsafe only late in the drug discovery process. A method for predicting the many biological targets of a given molecule might allow drug safety to be considered much earlier. See Article p.361

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  1. Kyle Kolaja is in the Department of Nonclinical Safety, Hoffman-La Roche, Nutley, New Jersey 07110, USA.

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