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Unique considerations surrounding the bureaucracy and oversight in the use of human biospecimens in the European Union.
High content data derived for complex immuno-oncology research facilitates a deeper understanding of the tissue microenvironment.
Native mass spectrometry has the potential to be a fast, simple, highly sensitive and automatable technique for compound screening in drug design and discovery. In this article, Rod Chalk and Nicola Burgess-Brown discuss the key attributes of native mass spectrometry and reasons why it is not yet widely employed.
Progressing drug discovery projects to a stage that attracts commercial interest is a challenging endeavour, evidenced by the fact that only a small proportion of drug discovery projects are successfully progressed to such a stage. A major cause of this is the lack of comprehensive profiling of compounds prior to…
Researchers have, for the first time, duplicated a patient's blood-brain barrier (BBB), creating a human BBB chip with stem cells.
The advent of CRISPR/Cas9 gene editing, together with the plummeting cost of whole-genome sequencing, has cleared a path for the development of customised cancer cell models. Here, we discuss recent developments in the field and challenges associated with targeted-therapy resistance.
Application note: Detection of anti-drug antibody (ADA) using single molecule counting (SMCTM) technology
All biological therapeutics have the potential to induce an immunemediated response ranging from benign to severe adverse effects.
A new study has found a small molecule which prevents cancer cells from mutating and becoming resistant to chemotherapy.
Image-based phenotypic profiling of small molecules has been used for identification and characterisation of small molecules in drug discovery and can provide important insights into their mechanisms of action (MOA). This article discusses the use of phenotypic profiling in drug discovery and how machine-learning algorithms could help improve objectivity, processing…
New research could lead to novel treatments for autoimmune disorders and sheds light on the causes of autoimmunity.