Bar code reader use in a drug molecule library

Bar code reader use in a drug molecule library

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Caption: Drug library. Female technician using a bar code reader to catalogue vials in a library of drug molecules. The bar code consists of a number of stripes which contain information about the contents of the vial. This information can be read by a computer using a scanner and can assist with stock control. Pharmaceutical companies investigate the biological effects of natural and man-made molecules before storing them for possible future development as drugs. Photographed at the French pharmaceutical company Sanofi, which in 1996 has 104,000 different molecules stocked in its drug library.

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Keywords: bar code reader, chemical, drug, drug industry, drug library, drug molecul, drug molecule library, library, molecule library, pharmaceutical, pharmaceutics, research, sanofi drug library

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