A natural pigment from Monascus purpureus can be used to stain cells and distinguish between live and dead ones in toxicology studies.
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An assay is an analytical procedure in laboratory medicine, pharmacology and molecular biology for measuring the activity of a target entity.
24 September 2020 | By PerkinElmer
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Helping in the race to identify effective neutralising antibodies against the spike protein of SARS-CoV-2 virus as the COVID-19 global death rate continues to rise.
Scientists have developed a new assay that uses nanoparticles to mimic how SARS-CoV-2 infects a cell, which could be used to screen for drugs that treat COVID-19.
This review highlights 5 recent publications about homogeneous assays applied to PROTACs, a chemical knockdown approach for cancer research.
Many anti-angiogenic drugs have been developed to use in cancer therapy, while pro-angiogenic molecules may hold potential in regenerative applications.
Inhaled general anaesthetics have been used for over 100 years and continue to be used daily for surgeries around the world. But how do they induce changes to consciousness? This article explores the research that suggests the anaesthetics chloroform and isoflurane disrupt the organisation of lipid rafts within cellular membranes…
Discover how absorbance detection works as well as different types of absorbance-based assay applications that scientists can utilise for their research.
A powerful, yet affordable, high-content imaging system in your own lab.
Although many potential targets have been identified for Alzheimer’s disease (AD), there is no effective treatment for this debilitating condition. In this article, Monika Schmidt and Sheraz Gul delve into the key proteins implicated in AD and suggest how phenotypic assays could aid in AD drug discovery.