Dangerous drug interactions- everyone should ask their pharmacist if they have any concern about any interactions. Sometimes pharmacists don't have a list of everything a patient takes, especially over-the-counter medicine.
The Smallest Drugs There sure are a lot of carboxylic acids and phenols, and a lot more sulfur than we're used to seeing. And pretty much everything is polar, very polar, which makes sense: if you're down in this fragment-sized space, you've got to be making some strong interactions with biological targets. These are fragments that are also drugs, so fragment-based drug discovery people may find this interesting as the bedrock layer of the whole field.
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