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Drug Target Review – Issue #2 2016

Posted: 16 June 2016 | Drug Target Review | 1 comment

Included in this issue: Mass Spectrometry, Rare Diseases, Omics, Kinases, Stem Cells, Label-Free and much more…

In Issue #2 2016 of Drug Target Review:

  • FOREWORD: Organ-on-chips gearing up to disrupt the microbiome market
    Pranjul Shah, Luxembourg Centre for Systems Biomedicine
  • MASS SPECTROMETRY: Advanced techniques and applications of LC-MS in small-molecule drug discovery
    Baiwei Lin, Chunang Gu and Joseph H. Pease, Genentech, Inc. and Kate Comstock, formerly Roche
  • RARE DISEASES
    Interview with Martin Mackay, Alexion Pharmaceuticals
  • OMICS IN-DEPTH FOCUS
    With articles from Warwick B. Dunn, University of Birmingham and Mona Elbadawi-Sidhu and Oliver Fiehn, NIH West Coast Metabolomics Center
  • KINASES: New horizons in next-generation small molecule kinase inhibitors
    Monika Dobrzanska and Karolina Gluza, Selvita
  • STEM CELLS IN-DEPTH FOCUS
    With contributions from Ilyas Singeç and Anton Simeonov, National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences, David S. Bailey, IOTA Pharmaceuticals and Sheraz Gul, Fraunhofer-IME SP, and Andreas Reimer, Tangea
  • LABEL-FREE: Inhibition of RNA-containing viruses by artificial RNases
    Olga V. Morozova, D. I. Ivanovsky Institute of Virology and Federal Medical and Biological Agency of the Russian Federation, Elena I. Isaeva, D. I. Ivanovsky Institute of Virology, Ludmila S. Koroleva and Vladimir N. Silnikov, Siberian branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences and Dmitry V. Klinov, Federal Medical and Biological Agency of the Russian Federation

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One response to “Drug Target Review – Issue #2 2016”

  1. THOMAS ZAFEIRIADIS says:

    I hope that Britons would choose Brexit. Brexit will help Britain to stand on its own feet from both economic and commercial point of view!! Britain doesn’t need EU!! It has a very good system of education which provides the state with many million pounds every single year. Its a state that heavy industry and farm production can sustain Britons, whereas Britain is the biggest oil producer in EU!!

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