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Biochemical Assays for Screening - Articles and news items

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Biochemical Assay Development Using Novel MALDI High-Throughput Screening System

Whitepapers, Z Homepage promo / 4 August 2016 / Bruker

This work focuses on developing biochemical assays where substrate and product are small molecules using a novel MALDI-HTS system…

SLAS2015

SLAS2015 : Promises Information, Innovation and Connections

Issue 6 2014 / 23 December 2014 / The Society for Laboratory Automation & Screening (SLAS)

The Society for Laboratory Automation and Screening (SLAS) is proud to present SLAS2015, the Fourth Annual Conference and Exhibition of the Society…

Biochemical Assays for Screening Workshop - April 2013

July 2014: Biochemical assays for screening workshop

Past events / 30 September 2014 / European ScreeningPort

Practical workshop covering the development of biochemical assays for screening purposes.

Biochemical Assays for Screening Workshop - April 2013

April 2013: Biochemical Assays for Screening Workshop

Past events / 30 September 2014 / European ScreeningPort

Practical workshop covering the development of biochemical assays for screening purposes.

Practical Workshop – Biochemical Assays for Screening

Issue 1 2013 / 21 February 2013 / Sheraz Gul, Head of Biology at European ScreeningPort, Hamburg, Germany

Recent years have witnessed an expansion in the disciplines encompassing drug discovery outside the pharmaceutical industry. This is most notable with a significant number of universities worldwide that now host infrastructure such as compound libraries and automated screening centres[1-3]. An archetypal small molecule drug discovery project will aim to identify chemical starting points that modify the functions of genes, cells or biochemical pathways. In some, but not all instances, these functions may be linked to disease processes, and an opportunity will exist to further develop the probes into novel therapeutic agents. In small molecule drug discovery, the ultimate aim is to identify new therapeutics, an activity which for reasons of high risk and cost has historically been conducted within the commercial sectors[4].

Biochemical Assays for Screening Workshop - April 2013

December 2012: Biochemical Assays for Screening Workshop

Past events / 13 December 2012 / European ScreeningPort

Practical workshop covering the development of biochemical assays for screening purposes.

 

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