PamGene Enters Co-Marketing Agreement with Invitrogen in Nuclear Hormone Receptor Drug Discovery
News Jan 17, 2008
Under the terms of the agreement, Invitrogen and PamGene will co-market Invitrogen's Nuclear Hormone Receptor proteins and Lanthascreen® assay technology with PamGene's portfolio of microarray-based Nuclear Hormone Receptor screening tools; specifically its PamChip® applications and PamStation® instrumentation.
This creates a complete offering for compound screening in drug discovery in the areas of cancer, diabetes and heart disease. The current market for nuclear receptor targeted drugs is estimated to be 10-15% of the $400 billion global pharmaceutical market.
Modified Form of Botox Could Replace Opioids as Treatment for Chronic PainNews
A modified form of botulinum toxin gives long-lasting pain relief in mice without adverse effects and, in time, could replace opioid drugs as a safe and effective way of treating chronic pain, according to new research.READ MORE
Key Ingredient in Diabetes Drug Modified to Improve Side EffectsNews
Improved medications for Type 2 diabetes are one step closer thanks to a new discovery reported this week. By modifying the key ingredient in current diabetes drugs, the researchers produced a compound that was effective for hyperglycemia in animal trials, yet without the most problematic side effects of current drugs.READ MORE
Tackling Cancer at Ground Zero: Designer Molecule Inhibits Protein TargetNews
A new molecule designed by University of Adelaide researchers shows great promise for future treatment of many cancers. The new molecule successfully targets a protein that plays a major role in the growth of most cancers.READ MORE
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