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An In Silico High Throughput Screening Strategy to Identify Putative Disease Modifying Agents for Chronic Neurological Disorders

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Neurology is sometimes referred to as the “diagnose and adios” specialty, referring to the dearth of “curative” disease modifying drugs (DMDs) for the majority of major neurological disorders. Epilepsy and dementia are two of the most common neurological disorders. Although “symptomatic” agents are available, there are no DMDs for either of these disorders. In an attempt to identify agents, we created two in silico libraries for high throughput screening: the first (11.8 million entries) consists of commercially available organic molecules; the second consists of all molecules (MW

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