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OncoWuXi Newsletter December 2022

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Discovery Newsletter Special New Year Edition 2023

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DNA-encoded chemical libraries

https://www.nature.com/articles/s43586-021-00084-5  Abstract DNA-encoded chemical library (DECL) technology is used by the pharmaceutical industry to discover small molecules capable of modulating biologically relevant targets. DECL synthesis starts with an oligonucleotide that contains a chemical linker moiety, and proceeds through iterative cycles of DNA barcode elongation and chemical synthesis. DECL selections require little protein, minimal assay development …Read More >

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Resource Topic: Discovery Chemistry DNA-Encoded Library (DEL) DRUG DISCOVERY AND INNOVATION Hit Finding Screening Libraries Small Molecules Target Identification and Validation

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Introduction into Fragment Based Drug Discovery

Fragment-based drug discovery (FBDD) is a method used for finding hit compounds as one strategy of hit identification in the drug discovery process. Fragments are small molecules with a low molecular weight, smaller than lead molecules or druglike molecules. The FBDD technology is based on identifying small chemical fragments, which bind to the biological target …Read More >

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Resource Topic: Discovery Chemistry Fragment-Based Drug Discovery Hit Finding Hit-to-Lead Screening Libraries Small Molecules Target Identification and Validation

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Drugging the Undruggable: Leveraging the Right Screening Methods for Challenging Targets

Challenging targets, such as membrane proteins or protein-protein interactions were considered undruggable in the past. However, today a variety of screening methods can be used to help develop drugs against these formerly undruggable targets.

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Resource Topic: DNA-Encoded Library (DEL) Hit Finding in silico services Mass Spectrometry-based Assays Screening Services Small Molecules Structural Biology Target Identification and Validation Targeted Protein Degradation

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WuXi AppTec in vitro Neuroscience Services

Neurological disorders, such as neurodegenerative diseases, epilepsy, chronic pain, psychiatric disorders, are one of today’s largest unmet medical needs. However, due to poor disease and target understanding, Neuroscience drug discovery can be very challenging. An open access research platform with dedicated neuroscience specialists and integrated services will be an ideal partner throughout your drug discovery …Read More >

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Resource Topic: Antibodies Biochemical Assays Biomarkers Cell-based Assays Cells and Protein Science Central Nervous System & Pain Hit Finding Hit-to-Lead in vitro biology Lead Optimization Phenotypic Assays Rare Diseases Safety and Early Toxicity Small Molecules Target Identification and Validation

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OncoWuXi Newsletter November 2022

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Resource Topic: Antibody Drug Conjugate Autoimmune and Inflammatory Diseases Cell-based Assays Cells and Protein Science Oncology

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Discovery Newsletter November 2022

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Resource Topic: CAR-T Cell Cell-based Assays Chemical Biology and Proteomics Discovery Chemistry DRUG DISCOVERY AND INNOVATION in vitro biology Oligonucleotides Oncolytic Viruses Safety and Early Toxicity Small Molecules Target Identification and Validation Target-Specific Assays

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How Does It Work? | CRISPR Mechanism

The CRISPR Cas9 System was first discovered as part of the bacterial adaptive immune response against viruses, but in recent years it’s revolutionized our techniques for genome editing. The Cas9 complex is formed of two components. A protein called Cas9 that can cut double stranded DNA, and a guide RNA, that binds to a specific …Read More >

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Resource Topic: CRISPR/Cas9 Gene Manipulation Gene Therapies in vivo Pharmacology Oncology Target Identification and Validation

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