Making a Difference to Drug Discovery
Differential mobility spectrometry aims to save R&D by making it cheaper, faster and more efficient
James Strachan |
Early small molecule drug discovery uses cell permeability assays to determine the chemical structure and physiochemical properties of candidate molecules – but these in vitro studies are timely, expensive, and lack the resolution to discriminate between similar molecules. Enter differential mobility spectrometry (DMS)...
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