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Mini-fingerprints (MFPs) are short binary bit string representations of molecular structure and properties, composed of few selected two-dimensional (2D) descriptors and a number of structural keys. MFPs were specifically designed to recognize compounds with similar activity. Here we report that MFPs are capable of detecting similar activities of some druglike molecules, including endothelin A antagonists and R 1 -adrenergic receptor ligands, the recognition of which was previously thought todoi:10.1021/ci000305x pmid:11277728 fatcat:2t2vcabcxvgjdmwzaxs3rmqrvm