The US National Institutes of Health has found itself on the horns of a dilemma as it prepares to move forward on its Molecular Libraries initiative, one aspect of the interdisciplinary “Roadmap” strategy that it announced last fall. Although the agency is committed to funding a network of high-throughput screening centers and chemical genomics research under this initiative, it is still struggling to find the best model for providing the cheminformatics tools to manage the small-molecule data that these programs will produce.

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