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Genomics is the branch of molecular biology concerned with the structure, function, evolution, and mapping of genomes.
10 January 2019 | By Taconic Biosciences
Learn everything you need to know about the most widely-used mouse in biomedical research with this free whitepaper.
7 January 2019 | By Taconic Biosciences
Learn how the continued development of CRISPR gene editing technologies opens fresh possibilities for in vivo model design.
7 December 2018 | By Pushpanathan Muthuirulan
The catastrophic consequences of ever-increasing rates of death from infectious diseases demands new experimental strategies for drug target selection and drug design. Over the last decade, the pharmaceutical industry has been wounded by several issues including failure of drug-development programmes, burgeoning cost of drug development, increasing regulatory control, lack of…
6 December 2018 | By Steven Jarvis (Scientific Director - Global Strategic Accounts at Merck)
The basic premise of drug discovery screening necessitates that the biological assays upon which it depends can be performed in a reproducible manner. In addition, the techniques employed must generate results that are biologically relevant and actionable.
5 December 2018 | By Iqra Farooq (Drug Target Review)
Frizzled receptors, from the GPCR family, could soon be a target to treat numerous diseases such as cancer, fibrosis and CVD...
3 December 2018 | By Drug Target Review
Restoring brain cell receptors helps restore normal behaviour...
27 November 2018 | By Drug Target Review
Chemical changes on mRNA were found to control the production of a protein called interferon beta, which could give insights on tackling immune diseases...
22 November 2018 | By Drug Target Review
Single nucleotide variations could be the key to better identification of tumour subpopulations...
19 November 2018 | By Drug Target Review
An inhibitor that stops the action of OGG1 signals, could potentially be used as a treatment for life-threatening Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome...