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The importance of characterising chemical starting points of drugs using appropriate in vitro ADME-toxicity assays

21 March 2019 | By ,

Over the past 30 years, one strategy the pharmaceutical industry has adopted in the drug discovery process has been to “fail early, fail often”.1,2 As most molecules in the early stages of drug discovery will have sub-optimal characteristics, significant modification is necessary to improve their properties.

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Applications of high content screening in autophagy

4 September 2018 | By , ,

Autophagy is an important process to maintain cellular homeostasis and function.1 Basal levels of autophagy are essential for most cells to remove unwanted protein aggregates and damaged organelles in order to prevent diseases.2 However, sometimes cells are unable to maintain physiological stability as a consequence of altered autophagy, which leads…

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Screening In-Depth Focus 2017

5 June 2017 | By

Included in this Screening In-Depth Focus: Phenotypic and target-based screening; Killing cancer cells using clinical drug resistance; Inflammatory biomarkers as a herbal anti-arthritic drug discovery tool...

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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...

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Sheraz Gul

6 February 2015 | By

Head of Drug Discovery at the Fraunhofer Institute for Molecular Biology and Applied Ecology