Pharmacophore modelling: methods, experimental verification and applications

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Ghose, A.K., Wendoloski, J.J. Pharmacophore modelling: methods, experimental verification and applications. Perspectives in Drug Discovery and Design 9, 253–271 (1998). https://doi.org/10.1023/A:1027213408430

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  • Pharmacophore Modelling