Chemoinformatics--a new name for an old problem?

@article{Hann1999ChemoinformaticsaNN,
  title={Chemoinformatics--a new name for an old problem?},
  author={Mike M Hann and Rebecca J Green},
  journal={Current opinion in chemical biology},
  year={1999},
  volume={3 4},
  pages={379-83}
}
Library chemistry and high-throughput screening require greater use of chemoinformatics to increase their effectiveness. Recent advances in chemoinformatics include new molecular descriptors and pharmacophore techniques, statistical tools and their applications. Visualisation methods and hardware development are also opening new opportunities. The advent of a chemically aware web language and cross-platform working is ensuring that chemoinformatics methods are becoming available to all chemists… CONTINUE READING
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