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The US National Cancer Institute’s natural products repository; origins and utility

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The US National Cancer Institute’s natural products collection program has been running since 1986 and over the years the materials collected and processed have been stored in a repository that as a result of initial planning, has permitted the establishment of a national resource that is now being utilized as a drug discovery tool for any disease of interest to the NIH by researchers world-wide. This paper describes the history of the program.

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First published
28 Mar 2006

J. Environ. Monit., 2006,8, 800-805
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The US National Cancer Institute’s natural products repository; origins and utility

E. C. Brown and D. J. Newman, J. Environ. Monit., 2006, 8, 800 DOI: 10.1039/B602674P

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