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In addition to being more expensive than manual research, the compounds identified by machine-based research are often of lower quality than those identified by manual research, which are more likely to become marketable pharmaceutical products.

A.the compounds identified by machine-based research are often of lower quality than those identified by
B.machine-based research often identifies compounds that are of lower quality than those identified by
C.machine-based research is lower in quality than those compounds identified by
D.the compounds identified by machine-based research are often lower in quality than
E.compounds identified by machine-based research often had lower quality than those identified by

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New post 03 Dec 2014, 23:07
Correct usage is: In addition to X, Y...

Based on the above fact, options A, D and E are eliminated.

Option C: Machine based RESEARCH is LOWER in QUALITY than those COMPOUNDS identified by...
Here quality of machine based research is compared to compounds. So wrong comparison with wrong meaning is done.

Option B: comparison is made between the compounds identified by manual research to that of machine based research.

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New post 20 Apr 2018, 18:46
You can narrow the choice down to (B) and (C) based on a proper comparison. Idiom split doesn't always work.
Something is compared to manual research; compound definitely does not make logical sense.
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