Dereplication

Definition of Dereplication

De`rep`li`ca´tion
n.1.(Biochem.) the process of testing samples of mixtures which are active in a screening process, so as to recognize and eliminate from consideration those active substances already studied; - a stage subsequent to the preliminary screening in the process of discovery of new pharmacologically active substances in mixtures of natural products; - also called counterscreening. See screening.
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