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==About==
 
==About==
 
The Shoichet lab seeks to bring chemical reagents to biology, combining computation and experiment. In a protein-centric approach, molecular docking, we discover new ligands that complement protein structures. Using a ligand-centric approach, we discover new targets for known drugs and reagents. A focus for both is the discovery of reagents to modulate G-Protein Coupled Receptors (GPCRs). Visit our website [http://bkslab.org here].
 
The Shoichet lab seeks to bring chemical reagents to biology, combining computation and experiment. In a protein-centric approach, molecular docking, we discover new ligands that complement protein structures. Using a ligand-centric approach, we discover new targets for known drugs and reagents. A focus for both is the discovery of reagents to modulate G-Protein Coupled Receptors (GPCRs). Visit our website [http://bkslab.org here].

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Happy Holiday from Shoichet Lab 2018

About

The Shoichet lab seeks to bring chemical reagents to biology, combining computation and experiment. In a protein-centric approach, molecular docking, we discover new ligands that complement protein structures. Using a ligand-centric approach, we discover new targets for known drugs and reagents. A focus for both is the discovery of reagents to modulate G-Protein Coupled Receptors (GPCRs). Visit our website here.

For Lab Members

Lab members can read more here.