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TSE Explores Drug Discovery – Identifying and Optimizing a Promising Drug

Video   May 28, 2020 | By Laura Elizabeth Lansdowne and Tiffany Quinn, Technology Networks

 

Laura Elizabeth Lansdowne

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In this episode we speak with Professor Paul Brennan from the University of Oxford about lead optimization, what to consider when designing a new drug, and much more. 

 
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