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Chemogenomics can be defined as a genomic response to chemical compounds. The goal is the rapid identification of novel drugs and drug targets embracing multiple early phase drug discovery technologies ranging from target identification and validation, over compound design and chemical synthesis to biological testing and ADME profiling.

See also


  • Chemogenomics in Drug Discovery: A Medicinal Chemistry Perspective, H. Kubinyi (Editor), G. Müller (Editor), R. Mannhold (Series Editor), G. Folkers (Series Editor), Wiley-VCH, 2004.ISBN 3-527-30987-X
Genomics topics
Genome project | Paleopolyploidy | Glycomics | Human Genome Project | Proteomics
Chemogenomics | Structural genomics | Pharmacogenetics | Pharmacogenomics | Toxicogenomics | Computational genomics
Bioinformatics | Cheminformatics | Systems biology
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