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Ion Channels for Drug Discovery

20 Mar 2012 - 21 Mar 2012 - Berlin, Germany



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Explore  the role of ion channels for novel therapeutics including immunology, CNS and respiratory developments at ION CHANNELS FOR DRUG DISCOVERY 2012


CONFERENCE HIGHLIGHTS
•    Gain a competitive advantage by hearing first-hand feedback from the lab that revealed the Na+ crystal structure – Find out how recent findings will impact industry with informative discussion from Professor Todd Scheuer University of Washington USA
•    Take part in interactive round tables investigating Na+, K+, Ca2+ ORAI and TRP channels
•    Benchmark research strategies & techniques with your peers - Detailed presentations from industry and academic experts reveal novel ion channel advances with contributions from AstraZeneca, Novartis, GSK and Pfizer
•    Explore untapped resources that can aid ion channel targeting - Discover innovative research areas and find out why peptides, stem cells and nanobodies play a crucial role for ion channel drug discovery.

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