Diversity Orientated Synthesis & Natural Product Chemistry, Boston, MA, USA
Event Oct 09
Through diversity-oriented synthesis chemists are achieving more structural complexity than in the early days of combinatorial chemistry, tackling compounds with multiple stereocenters and complex, natural, product-like libraries. Preparation of structurally complex and diverse compounds results in a broader population of chemical space and facilitates effective probing of biological space. Structural complexity is very significant because many of the small molecules known to disrupt protein-protein interactions are complex, natural products or natural, product-like compounds, and have potential for therapeutic development. Attend this event to hear the latest developments in diversity-oriented syn- thesis and its impact on drug development.