Tag Archives: drug discovery


Published 12 Sep 2017

Video: Gold Standard for Binding Affinity

Binding Affinity   Understanding binding affinity is key to appreciation of the intermolecular interactions driving biological processes, structural biology, and structure-function relationships. It is also measured as part of the drug discovery process to help design drugs that bind their…READ MORE >

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Published 19 Mar 2015

PEAQ-ITC launch – your questions answered

We were very excited to launch PEAQ-ITC – our brand new range of Isothermal Titration Calorimetry (ITC) instruments – a couple of weeks ago with a live demonstration.  If you missed the online event, please click here to play it back. During the Q&A session…READ MORE >

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Published 26 Feb 2015

What’s on your ITC wish list?

1977 was a memorable year for many reasons – the first Apple II computers went on sale, the first MRI Scanner was tested, and for many the stand out event was the release of the first Star Wars movie.  What…READ MORE >

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Published 3 Nov 2014

20 Key Resources for Pharmaceutical Scientists

We’re headed to the American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists (AAPS) Annual Meeting & Exposition this week for what promises to be a really interesting event in (hopefully) sunny San Diego.  You can find us at booth 330, where we’ll have a…READ MORE >

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Published 21 Oct 2014

Synthetic gankyrin binding proteins herald progress in cancer fight

Over production of certain proteins that control cellular responses in the body can lead to unregulated events, including various cancers.  Proteins linked to tumor growth, known as oncoproteins, can be extremely difficult to inhibit by known small molecule drugs, owing…READ MORE >

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