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Molecular Libraries and Imaging

Digital illustration of a moleculeThe Molecular Libraries and Imaging program was created in 2005 under the National Institutes of Health (NIH) Common Fund.

The aim of the Molecular Libraries and Imaging program is to support the high-throughput screening of small molecules that could potentially be used by researchers for drug development or the study of cellular processes related to disease. The program also maintains a large catalog of its findings and produces new technologies to aid the development of new molecules and assays.

For more information, see: Molecular Libraries and Imaging

Posted: October 10, 2012