Chemistry

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Abstract

Medicinal chemistry is the field of chemistry dealing with the discovery and design of new chemicals (drugs) used as therapeutic agents to treat diseases. In the drug discovery process, when a new compound or molecule is isolated or synthesized, it is referred to as a new chemical entity (NCE).

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Schepper, J. (2006). Chemistry. In Using the Pharmaceutical Literature (pp. 11–25). CRC Press. https://doi.org/10.1201/9780849374524-4

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