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Issue #4 2016

 

Product Hub: The growing potential of hiPS-derived beta cells

16 February 2017 | By

Christian Andersson, Product Development Manager at Takara Bio discusses hiPS-derived beta cells, which offer an unprecedented opportunity for diabetes research to model human physiology and ‘diseases in a dish’. Christian looks into the potential for new discoveries for diabetes and other metabolic diseases...

Product Hub: Flow cytometric screening assays in drug discovery

16 February 2017 | By

Flow cytometry is a laser-based technology – a powerful tool for drug discovery and the screening process and can be used in all settings, including research, clinical, pharmaceutical and biotechnology. The increasing capabilities of flow cytometers make their incorporation into drug development and screening optimal...

Screening In-Depth Focus 2016

11 December 2016 | By , , ,

In this Screening In-Depth Focus, scientists from the Assay Development and Screening Platform of Helmholtz Zentrum München provide an overview of different high-throughput screening (HTS)-applicable assay types that can be applied to drug discovery campaigns. Plus an interview with Lee Babiss, CEO of drug discovery firm X-Rx, on the benefits…

Drug Target Review – Issue #4 2016

11 December 2016 | By Drug Target Review

Included in this issue: Profiling proteins produced by cells to provide information about cell signalling pathways; HTS assays for the identification of small-molecule inhibitors of deubiquitinating enzymes; Preventing the spread of infectious diseases in transport hubs...

Valid biomarker signatures from liquid biopsies – how to standardise NGS

6 December 2016 | By , ,

The advent of next-generation sequencing (NGS) techniques has revolutionised transcriptomics research and opened numerous avenues for scientific and clinical applications. While reverse transcriptase quantitative real-time polymerase chain reaction (RT-qPCR) is still considered the gold standard of gene expression analysis, its high throughput, single-nucleotide resolution and ever-plummeting costs have made NGS…

HTS assays for the identification of small-molecule inhibitors of deubiquitinating enzymes

4 December 2016 | By , ,

The covalent modification of proteins by the attachment of ubiquitin (ubiquitination) is best known for its function to label proteins for proteasomal degradation. However, ubiquitination also plays non-proteasomal roles during signal transduction, DNA repair and protein sorting...

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