In this article, Dr Vincent Blomen, Senior Director of Target Discovery at Scenic Biotech, takes us through the realm of rare diseases. In the case of most of these diseases, a singular genetic anomaly often reigns supreme, yet its impact on patients can be vastly divergent. Enter modifier genes, the…
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In this interview, Sam Hasson, Senior Director at Rgenta Therapeutics, shares his journey in drug discovery, from graduate school to industry, and his current work developing small molecule therapeutics to target RNA processing. He discusses the challenges and opportunities in the field of RNA-centric drug discovery and highlights the potential…
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Insilico Medicine has announced the nomination of ISM6331 as a potential best-in-class pan-TEAD inhibitor for the treatment of advanced solid tumours.
This exclusive interview with Dr Sharon Benzeno, Chief Commercial Officer, Immune Medicine at Adaptive Biotechnologies, explores research on T-cell therapy for cancer, which has seen the first TCR-based therapeutic candidate progress to clinical development, offering promising advancements in innovative cancer treatments.
Dr Andy Souers highlights the unwavering commitment to finding an enhanced therapeutic approach that eliminates the need for chemotherapy in blood cancer treatment. This transformative discovery represents a significant leap forward in the way we combat this complex disease, offering new hope to countless patients worldwide.
Targeting the immunotherapy potential of cytokines IL-12 and IL-18 with new advancements in protein engineering
In this article Dr Raymond Winquist, Oncology Fellow at Alkermes, covers the longstanding research challenges associated with cytokines: IL-12 and IL-18, and their untapped potential in immunotherapy and immuno-oncology.
In this exclusive interview with Dr Paul Moore, Chief Scientific Officer from Zymeworks, we explore the impressive responses of Zymeworks' antibody-drug conjugate ZW191 in FRα-low expressing models, indicating its efficacy in treating various oncology indications.
Scientists have discovered that a vaccinated San Diego resident has produced antibodies that are effective against multiple variants of SARS-CoV-2, including Omicron. The research also identified three antibodies that can neutralise the virus, giving new insights into different binding mechanisms with the SARS-CoV-2 spike protein. The findings could help to…
An increasing number of people worldwide suffer from inflammatory bowel disease (IBD). However, no treatment is effective for all patients. In this article, researchers working on the Algae4IBD project explain how algae may represent a valuable source of prebiotics and new therapeutic agents for IBD and other diseases.
From a database of more than 200,000 high-resolution, three-dimensional images of human induced pluripotent stem cells, researchers have devised a model to quantify cell shape and internal organization. Susanne Rafelski, Deputy Director of the Allen Institute for Cell Science, revealed details of their study to Drug Target Review.
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Researchers are exploring the potential use of HDAC inhibitors, a group of drugs known for their capability to impede tumour cell division, to reduce the pain and damage associated with sickle cell disease. The drugs have shown initial evidence of reactivating the gene responsible for producing foetal haemoglobin, which cannot…
A recent study from researchers at the University of California examines the BRCA2 gene, which plays a crucial role in repairing damaged DNA, and possible links with increased risk of breast and ovarian cancer.