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Discover Hybrigenics Services new offer: ULTImate YChemH for your drug discovery & development projects

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ULTImate YChemH (Yeast Chemical Hybrid) is an in-yeast compound profiling technique to identify protein partners of a given bioactive small molecule. Derived from Hybrigenics ULTImate Y2HTM (Yeast Two-Hybrid) service, it benefits from the same advantages with exhaustive screening of highly complex libraries, confidence score for partners ranking, minimal interaction domain determination and much more…

Applications

  • Identify hit targets and decipher mechanisms of action following a high-content screening
  • Study the off-target effect of an active compound
  • Support drug repositioning in new therapeutic areas
  • Evaluate safety of chemicals (toxico-proteomics) 

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Key Benefits

  • Gain in productivity with additional resources
  • Benefit from our expertise in both chemistry and biology
  • Understand how your bioactive molecule works
  • Select the most promising molecule & develop it the optimal way

Contact our team of experts for any question or for a project discussion: 

+33 (0)1 58 10 38 29
services@hybrigenics.com

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