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Small-Molecule Drug Start-Ups

This article was originally published in Start Up

Executive Summary

Companies pursuing small-molecule drugs are by far the most popular of the start-ups in biopharmaceuticals. But the biggest opportunity in the business is still up for grabs: the industrialization of medicinal chemistry.

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Kinetix Pharmaceuticals Inc.

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