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Integrated Drug Discovery

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Success in drug discovery depends on a deep understanding of the physiological context of a disease and on the knowledge of the properties that make a molecule into a therapeutically and commercially successful drug.

Our medicinal chemists use synthetic chemistry as a tool to solve problems in biology, pharmacology, and medicine. The experience and creativity of our medicinal chemistry team play a key role in advancing your project and ensuring ultimate success.

Selcia Discovery applies a consultative approach to ensure thorough understanding of the project objectives and deliverable. Key to success is a comprehensive grasp on your requirements and then providing high quality compounds to help you move your project forward.

Our approach can be tailored to the specialist needs of academic institutions and small biotechs where we can be the medicinal chemistry resource supporting you with the following key skills

  • Medicinal chemistry expertise
  • Computational chemistry tools
  • Synthetic excellence ensuring speedy execution of synthesis programmes
  • Patent knowledge
  • In-house biology and in vitro ADME
  • Managing outsourced studies
  • Project management

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Selcia Discovery Services
Fyfield Business & Research Park, Fyfield Road, Ongar, Essex CM5 0GS UK

Tel: +44 (0) 1277 367 000
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Email: contact@selcia.com



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