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Drug Kinetics – News and Features

Cancer cells.
News

Protein Engineering Approaches Offer Hope for Cancer Therapies

While cancer treatments have seen large improvements over the last decades, researchers are still laser-focused on developing strategies to defeat cancers, especially those that have been resistant to traditional interventions.
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News

Oral Insulin Drops May Offer an Alternative to Injections

Researchers at the Li Lab have developed oral insulin drops that when placed under the tongue are quickly and efficiently absorbed by the body, potentially replacing the need for insulin injections.
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Article

Implementing AI in Drug Discovery

The four main considerations that any leader should take into account to successfully implement AI in their organization are explored here.
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Industry Insight

Expanding the Druggable Space With Degradation-Based Therapies

We spoke with Dr. Christian Dillon to learn more about degradation-based therapies, the challenges associated with their discovery and how innovative solutions are helping to realize the potential of this promising class of therapeutics.
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Industry Insight

Collaborative AI Partnership Hopes To Shape the Future of Drug Discovery

Sanofi, Formation Bio and OpenAI are collaborating to build AI-powered software to accelerate drug development. The three teams will combine data, software and tuned models to develop custom, purpose-built solutions for drug discovery.
Virus particles.
News

This RNA Virus Lurks in Human Parasites

A new RNA virus has been discovered hitching a ride with the common human parasite, Toxoplasmosa gondii .
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News

Producing Gold Nanoparticles in Water Without the Need for Toxic Chemicals

Researchers have produced a range of different types of gold nanoparticles by adjusting water flow in a novel vortex fluidic device – without the need for toxic chemicals.
An assortment of pills.
News

Smart Coating Reduces Weight Gain and Boosts Serotonin Levels in Antipsychotic Medications

Research from the University of South Australia shows that antipsychotics can be reformulated with a strategically engineered coating that not only mitigates unwanted weight gain but also boosts serotonin levels by more than 250%.
This digitally-colorized, negative-stained transmission electron microscopic (TEM) image depicted a number of Influenza A virions.
News

Drug-Like Molecule Shows Promise in Preventing Flu Infection

Scripps Research scientists have developed a potential drug-like molecule that blocks the first stage of type A influenza infection. The drug-like inhibitors block the virus from entering the body’s respiratory cells.
Cancer cells.
News

Mouse Study Explores Why Glioblastoma Treatment May Work Better in the Morning

Glioblastoma is an aggressive brain cancer that has no cure. A recent chart study of patients with glioblastoma found that taking chemotherapy in the morning was associated with a three- to six-month increase in median survival.
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