Molecular Diversity

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Molecular Diversity

http://www.springerlink.com/link.asp?id=102963

Publisher: Springer Netherlands

Molecular Diversity is a new publication forum for the rapid publication of
refereed papers dedicated to describing the development, application and
theory of molecular diversity and combinatorial chemistry in basic and
applied research and drug discovery.

The journal publishes both short and full papers, perspectives, news and
reviews dealing with all aspects of the generation of molecular diversity,
application of diversity for screening against alternative targets of all
types (biological, biophysical, technological), analysis of results obtained
and their application in various scientific disciplines/approaches
including:

* combinatorial chemistry and parallel synthesis
* small molecule libraries
* peptides
* proteins
* oligonucleotides
* carbohydrates
* structure/function/SAR
* computational chemistry/molecular design
* screening techniques and screening interfaces
* analytical methods
* robotics/automation/miniaturization
* new approaches/methods of library formulation and deconvolution
* directed evolution/origin of life/recombination
* theory (search techniques, landscapes, random chemistry).

The journal will accept two types of manuscripts: (i) Full length papers
giving a comprehensive description of original work. (ii) Short
communications for rapid publication of novel observations. In addition,
Perspectives, Reviews and Conference Reports are published occasionally.

ISSN 1381-1991

Manuscripts should be submitted to:

http://modi.edmgr.com.

Editor-in-Chief:

Shu-Kun Lin
Molecular Diversity Preservation International Centre (MDPI)
Basel
Switzerland

Content available by subscription. Abstracts available online. Articles
available in PDF format. Selected articles available free online.

Current Issue: Volume 10 Number 1 / February 2006

Date: 9 May 2006

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