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Drug Target Review Issue 1 2019

Posted: 14 March 2019 | | No comments yet

In this issue: AI-driven automated chemistry as a tool to accelerate drug discovery processes, the shifting landscape of immuno-oncology, and how lipid molecules provide an insight into biological research.

Drug Target Review issue 1 2019 magazine

Included in this issue:

  • CELL LINE DEVELOPMENT
    Cell line development – global market drivers, trends and its impact on improving biologics development from early phase to IND during the drug discovery process
    Aparajita Dubey, Associate Consultant at Prescient Healthcare Group
  • ASSAYS
    The importance of characterising chemical starting points of drugs using appropriate in vitro ADME-toxicity assays
    Massimiliano Runfola, University of Pisa and Sheraz Gul,
    Fraunhofer IME
  • IMMUNO-ONCOLOGY
    Kick-starting the immune response – the shifting landscape of immuno-oncology
    Nathan Robertson, Oxford Genetics
  • LAB AUTOMATION
    Drug discovery from the age of informationto the age of intelligence
    Jeff Martin, Head of Compound Management, Alkermes, Inc.
  • LIPIDOMICS
    Farther than fat: how lipids change research
    Dr Christian Klose, Head of Research & Development at Lipotype GmbH
  • INFORMATICS
    Network-driven drug discovery
    Jonny Wray and Alan Whitmore, e-therapeutics plc.

 

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