Evidence is provided that the discovery of small-molecule binders can yield compounds that alter interactomes, protein modifications, cellular lifetimes, and ultimately the specific functions of proteins relevant to human health. These novel mechanisms of action are needed to accelerate the translation of insights from human biology into medicines.
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