Designing new drug molecules is crucial to R&D. Dr Sam Genway suggests that one way to improve and speed up this process is using AI inspired by language translation.
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A research team has developed a method for regenerating old brain stem cells from rat models, which could be used to treat age-related brain diseases.
A new technique called ‘ubiquitin clipping’ has been created which could aid proteomics research and the development of new drugs for ubiquitination.
Imaging methods are used by scientists to identify therapeutic targets and improve drug efficacy. This article lists five of the latest developments for imaging techniques.
Using a compound called PTC596 in combination with other drugs, researchers effectively treated pancreatic cancer in mice.
Researchers hope the system can choose the right patients to enroll in clinical trials, to speed discovery of drug treatments.
Researchers have extended the life of heart segments from 24 hours to six days, enabling pre-clinical trials to experiment on these new models for longer periods of time.
A novel antibody-enzyme fusion therapeutic strategy for Lafora disease has shown effectiveness in pre-clinical study mice models.
A study has shown that mice and rats become stressed when housed alone, affecting results of pre-clinical trials.
A new study has shown that proteins derived from the oncogene, KRAS, can transfer between colon cancer cells.
Researchers have developed a chip which facilitates and accelerates active substance production, characterisation and biological effectiveness.
A protein has been discovered as key for effective chemotherapy, meaning improved treatments for chemotherapy resistance can be developed.
Researchers have used machine learning to discover that the two most widespread DNA structures cause genome mutations that lead to cancer.