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Automated solid phase synthesis of small organic molecules

Nature Biotechnology volume 14, pages 13111313 (1996) | Download Citation

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A new instrument promises to automate a broad range or chemical synthetic procedures.

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  1. Paul D. Hoeprich, Jr. is vice president, science and technology, at Argonaut Technologies, 887G Industrial Road, San Carlos, CA 94070

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