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Medical screening is a strategy used to identify the possible presence of an as-yet-undiagnosed disease in individuals without signs or symptoms.

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Phenotypic profiling in drug discovery

5 June 2019 | By , ,

Image-based phenotypic profiling of small molecules has been used for identification and characterisation of small molecules in drug discovery and can provide important insights into their mechanisms of action (MOA). This article discusses the use of phenotypic profiling in drug discovery and how machine-learning algorithms could help improve objectivity, processing…

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Drug Target Review Issue 2 2019

5 June 2019 | By

In this issue: novel approaches to produce radiolabelled antibodies, the use of CRISPR/Cas9 to accelerate the development of targeted therapies and utilisation of stem cells to study the effects of cannabis on neuronal development.

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AI-driven automated chemistry as a tool to accelerate drug discovery

15 May 2019 | By ,

Typically, early drug discovery campaigns start with the screening of chemical libraries to identify candidate chemotypes modulating a particular target and/or phenotype. Success of the primary screening depends on multiple factors related to both biology and chemistry. These include the target’s druggability, sensitivity and specificity of assay system, composition and…