Chemical Biology & Drug Design

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  • Editorial Board: David Selwood; Professor of Medicinal Chemistry; University College London (UCL)
  • Published Date: 21 June 2010
  • Source / Publisher: Wiley
  • Copyright: John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.

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Chemical Biology & Drug Design is a peer-reviewed scientific journal that is dedicated to the advancement of innovative science, technology and medicine with a focus on the multidisciplinary fields of chemical biology and drug design. It is the aim of Chemical Biology & Drug Design to capture significant research and drug discovery that highlights new concepts, insight and new findings within the scope of chemical biology and drug design.

The following scientific topics will exemplify the scope of the journal:
• Protein, peptide, peptidomimetic, nucleic acid, lipids, carbohydrate and natural product chemical biology and drug design
• Receptor agonist/antagonist, protease substrate/inhibitor, and signal transduction modulator chemical biology and drug design
• Small-molecule diversity and synthetic methods important to investigate chemical space relationships to drug discovery
• Structure-based drug design, molecular modeling, virtual screening and related in silico chemoinformatics technologies
• NMR, X-ray crystallography, calorimetry and related biophysical technologies
• Therapeutic target proteomics, chemical genomics and molecular screening technologies
• Emerging chemical, biological and drug design concepts of significance to pharmacology, ADMET and drug delivery.
• Novel proof-of-concept ligands and breakthrough medicines (CB&DD thematic issues)

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