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Open Access Chemical Biology and Synthesis: The Spring Meeting of the Swiss Chemical Society, March 10th, 2005, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, University of Bern

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The 2005 Spring Meeting of the Swiss Chemical Society was held at the University of Bern on March 10th, 2005. The one-day symposium was dedicated to recent advances in chemical biology and synthesis. The four speakers, Dennis P. Curran, Johann Mulzer, Scott Miller, and Samuel Danishefsky covered a wide range of modern organic chemistry emphasizing "the formidable power of chemical synthesis" (Danishefsky) to investigate biologically relevant problems.
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Keywords: CHEMICAL BIOLOGY; DRUG DISCOVERY; FLUOROUS CHEMISTRY; ORGANOCATALYSIS; TOTAL SYNTHESIS

Document Type: Conference Report

Publication date: May 1, 2005

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