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High-Throughput Screening – News and Features

Bone-marrow cells of a multiple myeloma patient under the microscope.

Screening Platform Helps Search for More Effective Blood Cancer Therapies

Despite approved treatments being available, multiple myeloma remains incurable, but researchers aimed to improve treatment outcomes by testing hundreds of existing therapeutics to predict their effectiveness.
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Industry Insight

Supporting Reproducibility and Accelerating Workflows With Automated Systems

At SLAS 2023, Technology Networks spoke with the PerkinElmer Life Sciences and Diagnostics organization to discuss the launch of two new automated platforms. These innovative systems are designed to improve workflows such as high-throughput drug discovery screening and next-generation sequencing library prep through advances in automation technologies.
Two scientists in lab coats stand by a high-throughput screening machine.

Candidate Cervical Cancer Drugs Quickly Evaluated Using New Model

A new high-throughput screening model has been developed to assess potential drug compounds to treat cervical cancer.
A diagram showing LCA10 untreated and treated with Reserpine.

Blood Pressure Drug Shows Promise as Treatment for Blinding Childhood Disease

Researchers have identified a compound already approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration that keeps light-sensitive photoreceptors alive in three models of an inherited disease that often results in severe visual impairment or blindness in early childhood.
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Fragment-Based Drug Discovery Enters the Mainstream

This article will discuss the principles of fragment-based drug discovery and will highlight some examples of recent successes in this area.
Different medications on a red background.

Could Existing Drugs Treat "Lincoln's Ataxia"?

Researchers have developed a new method to determine if FDA-approved drugs could be repurposed or improved to help patients with a rare disease of the nervous system, Spinocerebellar ataxia type 5.
Gloved hands hold an agar dish and a cotton swab. In the background other agar dishes and a test tube rack can be seen.

Cell Culture – Good Practice and Advanced Methods

This article will explore the importance of cell culture quality control and highlight recent developments in this area.
Results of a cDNA microarray, reflecting the gene expression differences between two different tissues.
Industry Insight

Innovations and Versatility in Modern Microarray Technology

In this interview, CEO of Arrayjet Dr. Iain McWilliam discusses advancements in modern microarray technology and the benefits that these tools can provide for high-throughput screening.
A man wearing glasses with black frames looks through a screen with a digital overlay.

Towards the Lab of the Future

In this article, we look at the barriers preventing more widespread adoption of automation and digitization, and the opportunities they could bring.
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Target Identification and Validation in Drug Development

This article will highlight the properties of an attractive drug target, outline the approaches used to identify targets and discuss the key steps involved in target validation.