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What are compound libraries and why are they important in drug development?

Compound libraries are stores of chemical compounds or small molecules. They contain detailed information on the physical structure and known physiological interactions of each chemical compound. This information can help researchers identify the compounds that are most likely to produce the desired effect on a therapeutic target.

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