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The synthome comprises the set of all reactions that are available to a chemist for the synthesis of small molecules.1 The word was coined by Stephen F. Martin.


  1. Martin, S. F.;; Sunderhaus, J. D.; Dockendorff, C. (2007). "Applications of Multicomponent Reactions for the Synthesis of Diverse Heterocyclic Scaffolds". Org. Lett.. doi:S1523-7060(70)01835-7 10.1021/ol7018357 S1523-7060(70)01835-7.
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