UCSD Team Develops Computational Method To Predict Side Effects Linked to Tamoxifen | GenomeWeb
Researchers at the University of California, San Diego, have developed a computational method to study side effects caused by the widely prescribed selective estrogen receptor inhibitor Tamoxifen that they believe could be used to predict side effects for other drugs while they are still in development.

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