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Scientists used optical photothermal spectroscopy (O-PTIR) to image murine neurons affected by early stage Alzheimer’s disease, providing insight into the progression of the disease.
A new method has been invented that boosts the mapping of heparan sulfates and which the researchers say could be widely used for drug discovery.
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A team of Russian scientists has suggested a new method to measure the sizes of atoms as well as their intermolecular interactions, which they say could help drug design.
The novel technology allows researchers to create three-dimensional images of signal propagation and calcium concentration changes in the neocortex of live mice.
This issue includes a spotlight on how genomic assays could revolutionise healthcare, a discussion on how lab automation can improve drug discovery and an analysis of whether antibodies can provide an effective coronavirus treatment. Other article topics in this issue include immuno-oncology and artificial intelligence.
Using X-ray crystallography, researchers have revealed the structure of the SARS-CoV-2 main protease, designing an inhibitor to bind to this target and prevent viral replication.
Using AI and deep learning, researchers have enhanced Scanning Probe Microscopy (SPM) and made their automated resource available for scientists.
Drug Target Review explores the findings of a recent review of molecular, cellular, multi-cellular and tissue engineering and modelling technologies for drug design.
Scientists have imaged the ball-and-chain mechanism using cryogenic electron microscopy and hope their work could be applied in the design of novel therapeutics.
Researchers have obtained the crystal structure of the lipin enzyme, the regulator of triglyceride production, which they say could inform research into heart disease, obesity and diabetes.
Scientists have created an artificial protein able to recognise and bind cell surface carbohydrates with high affinity and selectivity.
Using nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy, a study has shown that IL-2 can stimulate both effector T cells and regulatory T cells by adopting different structural forms.
Researchers have created a new cryogenic electron microscopy (cryo-EM) technique by utilising low-energy electrons in a holographic method.