Open source drug discovery - A limited tutorial

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SUMMARY Open science is a new concept for the practice of experimental laboratory-based research, such as drug discovery. The authors have recently gained experience in how to run such projects and here describe some straightforward steps others may wish to take towards more openness in their own research programmes. Existing and inexpensive online tools can solve many challenges, while some psychological barriers to the free sharing of all data and ideas are more substantial. © Cambridge University Press 2013.




Robertson, M. N., Ylioja, P. M., Williamson, A. E., Woelfle, M., Robins, M., Badiola, K. A., … Todd, M. H. (2014). Open source drug discovery - A limited tutorial. Parasitology, 141(1), 148–157.

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