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About a year ago, scientists from Illinois State University and the NIH's Chemical Genomics Center published results of a major effort to find compounds that might be used as therapeutics for the parasitic disease schistosomiasis. While the work itself was considered to be of great importance, the real point of interest for CGC's Christopher Austin was that the project went from "an idea to in vivo validation in the mouse model in about two years. It's unheard of."

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