How to find promising small molecule lead compounds with biophysical tools

Watch this webinar if you’re working in the field of small molecule drug discovery and want to learn how scientists in this field use biophysical tools to search for the most promising lead compounds. After Dr. Claire Hatty from NanoTemper introduces case studies of biophysical tools in drug discovery workflows, Dr. Jana Wolf from Domainex Ltd shows us how they apply those tools for their drug discovery projects.

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