DELs enable the development of BRET probes for target engagement studies in cells

WuXi AppTec scientists recently contributed to a research article in Cell Chemical Biology demonstrating the successful conversion of ligands identified from DNA-encoded library (DEL) screening into highly functional, cell-active, bioluminescence resonance energy transfer (BRET) probes. The authors show that analyzing preliminary DEL hits based on target occupancy data generated in live, intact cells is an effective approach for the validation of small-molecule inhibitors.

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