CADD

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AcronymDefinition
CADDComputer-Aided Drafting and Design
CADDComputer-Aided Drug Design
CADDComputer Aided Design and Drafting
CADDComputer Aided Detector Design
CADDCombined Arms Doctrine Directorate
CADDComputer-Aided Design & Drafting
CADDComplex Add
CADDComputerized Ambulatory Drug Delivery
CADDCommunauté d'Agglomération du Drouais (French: Agglomeration Community of Dreaux; Dreaux, France)
CADDCercle d'Auto Promotion pour le Développement Durable (French: Self-Promotion Circle for Sustainable Development; Benin)
CADDComputer-Aided Design Development
CADDCollectif Associatif pour un Développement Durable (French: Collective Association for Sustainable Development)
CADDCombat Air Delivery Division
CADDCustomer Acquisition Due Diligence (banking)
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Chen et al., "Current developments of computer-aided drug design," Journal of the Taiwan Institute of Chemical Engineers, vol.
Chris Williams, Chemical Computing Inc., showed how well-established, computer-aided drug design approaches--from QSAR to molecular structure--applied to the pulp and paper industry.
Its scientific skills include computer-aided drug design, medicinal and combinatorial chemistry, high throughput analytical chemistry, molecular biology, biochemical assay development, automated molecular and cellular screening and in vitro ADMET screening.
Argentas scientific skills include computer-aided drug design, medicinal and combinatorial chemistry, high throughput analytical chemistry, biochemical assay development, automated molecular and cellular screening and in vitro ADMET screening.
Computer-Aided Drug Design (CADD) is an in silico simulation technique that has become popular in the pharmaceutical industry due to its low cost and speed of obtaining results.
Scientists from the two companies will use Argenta's expertise in computer-aided drug design, medicinal chemistry, assay development, in vitro screening, drug metabolism and pharmacokinetics to accelerate the development of an obesity drug candidate.
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