The Eighth Central European Conference “Chemistry towards Biology”: Snapshot

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PERCZEL András ATANASOV Atanas G. SKLENÁŘ Vladimír NOVÁČEK Jiří PAPOUŠKOVÁ Veronika KADEŘÁVEK Pavel ŽÍDEK Lukáš KOZLOWSKI Henryk WATLY Joanna HECEL Aleksandra KOLKOWSKA Paulina KOČA Jaroslav SVOBODOVÁ VAŘEKOVÁ Radka PRAVDA Lukáš SEHNAL David HORSKÝ Vladimír GEIDL Stanislav ENRIZ Ricardo D. MATĚJKA Pavel JENIŠTOVÁ Adéla DENDISOVÁ Marcela KOKAISLOVÁ Alžběta WEISSIG Volkmar OLSEN Mark COFFEY Aidan AJUEBOR Jude KEARY Ruth SANZ-GAITERO Marta VAN RAAIJ Mark J. MCAULIFFE Olivia WALTENBERGER Birgit MOCAN Andrei ŠMEJKAL Karel HEISS Elke H. DIEDERICH Marc MUSIOL Robert KOŠMRLJ Janez POLANSKI Jaroslaw JAMPÍLEK Josef

Year of publication 2016
Type Article in Periodical
Magazine / Source MOLECULES
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Faculty of Science

Citation
Web http://www.mdpi.com/1420-3049/21/10/1381/htm
Doi http://dx.doi.org/10.3390/molecules21101381
Field Physical chemistry and theoretical chemistry
Keywords drug design; targeting; chemical biology; biological chemistry; proteins and nucleic acids; natural compounds; synthesis; biomaterials; nanoparticles; ADME; drug delivery systems
Description The Eighth Central European Conference “Chemistry towards Biology” was held in Brno, Czech Republic, on August 28–September 1, 2016 to bring together experts in biology, chemistry and design of bioactive compounds; promote the exchange of scientific results, methods and ideas; and encourage cooperation between researchers from all over the world. The topics of the conference covered “Chemistry towards Biology”, meaning that the event welcomed chemists working on biology-related problems, biologists using chemical methods, and students and other researchers of the respective areas that fall within the common scope of chemistry and biology. The authors of this manuscript are plenary speakers and other participants of the symposium and members of their research teams. The following summary highlights the major points/topics of the meeting.
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