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ebook: Advances In Cell Imaging and Retrieval

22 May 2023 | By

Unleash the power of drug discovery with this FREE ebook supported by Sartorius! Explore the limitless potential of CRISPR applications and single cell sequencing for drug discovery. Access exclusive insights from industry leaders and stay ahead of the curve with the latest trends. Don't miss out on this opportunity to…

Drug Target Review – Issue #3 2016

20 September 2016 | By Drug Target Review

In Issue #3 2016: Flow Cytometry, Enzymes, Imaging, GPCRs, Hit-To-Lead, CNS, Companion Diagnostics, and much more...

Hit-To-Lead In-Depth Focus 2016

20 September 2016 | By Drug Target Review

In this Hit-To-Lead In-Depth Focus: Hit-to-lead in drug discovery; Zebrafish early-life stages as neurological screening and detection tools...

Switching on genes regulating oxysterol synthesis – a therapeutic option?

20 September 2016 | By

Cholesterol is a ubiquitous molecule that, while essential for health, is probably best known as a risk factor for cardiovascular disease. It is also the obligate precursor for a wide range of metabolites, from steroid hormones to bile acids. Although studied for more than 100 years, recently there has been…

High-throughput calcium flux assays: luminescent versus fluorescent readout

20 September 2016 | By , , ,

In vitro high-throughput cellular target-based assays are commonly used for hit identification targeting G-protein coupled receptors (GPCR). Agonist and antagonist identification of GPCRs often relies on the screening of large collections of chemicals using miniaturised in vitro cell-based functional assays. In the panel of assays, calcium mobilisation measured by aequorin…

Fibromyalgia pathogenesis provides drug target clues

20 September 2016 | By

Fibromyalgia (FM) has been described as a condition of heightened generalised sensitisation to sensory input presenting as a complex of symptoms dominated by chronic widespread pain characterised by hyperalgesia and allodynia. A range of co-morbidities of variable intensity, such as fatigue, sleep disturbance, cognitive impairment, anxiety and depression, are often…