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Utilizing Advanced High-Throughput Flow Cytometry to Quantify Direct and Competitive Live Cell Antibody Binding
20 October 2023 | By Eurofins Discovery
Watch this webinar to learn how biophysics can be used in different cascade strategies where the goal is to identify and characterise fragments, compounds or active degraders targeting PIM3 kinase.
Biophysical characterisation of binary and ternary drug-target complexes using the BRUKER SPR-32 PRO platform
16 October 2023 | By Bruker Daltonics
Gain comprehensive insights into screening potential drugs, manipulating drug targets at the molecular level and employing techniques like SPR and X-ray crystallography for studying molecular interactions.
Rob Scoffin and Matthew Habgood from solutions provider Cresset look to the future of drug discovery and the roles that artificial intelligence and machine learning could play.
Infectious agents' drug resistance is a complex challenge affecting survival. Understanding their mechanisms in vectors, the potential of plant-derived treatments, and roles of nucleic acids and biochemical compounds is crucial for effective therapy, requiring collaborative international research through the One Health Initiative.
24 August 2023 | By Bio-Rad Laboratories Inc.
Watch our industry experts to learn about the tangible benefits and best practice of custom flow cytometry automation projects. You’ll discover how to reduce your challenges implementing tailored automation, controlling the quality of the data produced and improving the reliability of your data acquisition.
Bridging the gap: using organ-on-a-chip as an experimental tool to develop (cost) effective therapeutics
25 July 2023 | By CN Bio
The webinar will explore primary concerns in drug discovery development and why drugs fail.
Normalization of organ-on-a-chip samples for mass spectrometry based proteomics and metabolomics via dansylation-based assay
19 May 2023 | By CN Bio
A discussion of the recently published paper, “Normalization of Organ-on-a-Chip Samples for Mass Spectrometry Based Proteomics and Metabolomics via Dansylation-based Assay,” and how the field can produce more replicable experiments.
This ebook provides basic principles of the TR-FRET technology and shows examples of how assay design can drive drug discovery.
Get ready to dive into the cutting-edge world of hit-to-lead drug discovery. Look no further than our latest FREE ebook, which explores label-free HTL technologies. Featuring the latest research from leading academics and pharmaceutical companies, including GlaxoSmithKline, Rosalind Franklin Institute and Francis Crick Institute.