InterBioScreen (IBS), global provider of unique chemical compound libraries, and Quantum Pharmaceuticals, high-tech drug discovery company, announced a new project to create a revolutionary product for the drug discovery market.
The joint project, QuantumLead, combines the industry leading in silico lead optimization technology of Quantum Pharmaceuticals with the unique synthetic and natural compound libraries and network of scientists of IBS to create Q-Lead-Libraries.
Q-Lead-Libraries are libraries of compounds, which are ranked according to their constant affinity to particular protein targets. They are designed to allow biotech and pharmaceutical companies to achieve a dramatic acceleration of the drug discovery R&D process by reducing or eliminating the time involved in screening and optimization of hits and leads. Using Q-Lead Libraries will enable biotech and pharmaceuticals companies to find exclusive novel drug candidates more quickly and at a lower cost.
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