Researchers have used comparative metabologenomics to uncover what may be “silencing” bacteria to produce desirable compounds.
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Cell Line Development and cell culture process teams, are you geared up to leverage the vast amount of data generated by high-throughput?
A US team has designed a high-quality, high-speed imaging system that could lead to new understandings of complex tissue specimens.
14 July 2021 | By Analytik Jena
Join this webinar where Analytik Jena will provide an overview of application demands for a reliable sample preparation automation and highlight the challenges that need to be overcome to improve lab processes.
Application note: High-throughput IgG quantitation platform for clone screening during drug discovery and development
Every manufacturing process for potential biologics begins with cell line development, whether it’s for clinical trials or a market launch.
Examining existing R&D processes with a consolidated approach enables the stop of disjointed workflows to engage on the digitisation journey.
Optimisation of a hit towards a lead happens in a variety of ways, as a lead needs to meet various criteria such as activity, affinity to the target, selectivity, solubility, permeability or metabolic stability to become a promising candidate. A balance between in vitro profiles and pharmacokinetic attributes has to…
Scientists have used imaging methods and machine learning to understand cellular metabolism at the single-cell level.
Despite many companies considering digital transformation a top priority, research shows that 70% of digital transformation initiatives fail. In this eBook, we explore why and how the right approach can see your organisation succeed.
Advantages of including untargeted and targeted metabolomics into drug development and clinical trials
25 May 2021 | By Metabolon
Discover how metabolomics can support your biomarker strategy in drug development and clinical trials in this on-demand webinar.
Using electrochemical detection and redox labels, researchers have created a new, faster method to sequence DNA.