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Drug Target Review – Issue 3 2019

10 September 2019 | By

This issue includes an investigation into utilising recombinant antibodies for research, a highlight on protein design using computational methods and an examination of the advances in genomic medicine. Also in the issue are articles on next generation sequencing and upstream bioprocessing. 

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Expert view: Challenges in flow cytometry

11 September 2018 | By

Flow cytometry is a powerful and flexible technology that delivers high content information from single cells and particles. Flow cytometry lends itself to a wide variety of applications, but traditional flow cytometry technologies are not widely adopted in the drug discovery industry due to limited throughput, slow sampling speeds and…

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Flow Cytometry In-Depth Focus 2018

7 September 2018 | By

Flow cytometry has played a key role in drug development, largely due to its ability to measure up to twenty parameters on single cells or particles suspended in a fluid stream. Conor Fitzpatrick discusses how the rise of high-throughput flow cytometry has contributed to the advancements in drug discovery...

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How recent advances in flow cytometry can aid drug discovery

7 September 2018 | By ,

For many years, screening assays have been based on high-content imaging systems. However, recent advances in the field of flow cytometry have meant that flow-based assays are now more prevalent. The power of flow cytometry to utilise multiple lasers, multiple fluorochromes and multiplexed assays has meant that assays are not…

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Expert view: Multiplexed screens in biologics discovery

7 September 2018 | By

Biologics are the fastest growing class of therapeutics in the biopharmaceutical industry. A key driver for this growth is success with anti-cancer immunotherapeutics such as checkpoint modulation, adoptive cell therapy and bispecific T-cell engagers. While these approaches use different tactics to attack tumours, they often employ monoclonal antibodies to target…