On the industrial applications of MCRs: molecular diversity in drug discovery and generic drug synthesis

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During the last decades, multicomponent chemistry has gained much attention in pharmaceutical research, especially in the context of lead finding and optimization. Here, in particular, the main advantages of multicomponent reactions (MCRs) like ease of automation and high diversity generation were utilized. In consequence of these beneficial properties, a… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s11030-010-9225-x

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@article{Kalinski2010OnTI, title={On the industrial applications of MCRs: molecular diversity in drug discovery and generic drug synthesis}, author={C{\'e}dric Kalinski and Michael Umkehrer and Lutz Weber and J{\"{u}rgen B. Kolb and Christoph Burdack and G{\"{u}nther F Ross}, journal={Molecular Diversity}, year={2010}, volume={14}, pages={513-522} }