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Precocious Puberty Animal Models

Leveraging Precocious Puberty Animal Models for Preclinical Research Precocious puberty, one of the frequently observed conditions in pediatric endocrinology, significantly impacts the physiological, psychological, and long-term health of children. Moreover, this disorder is associated with increased risks of various diseases [1]. Precocious puberty is an endocrine disorder caused by abnormal secretion of sex hormones. It …Read More >

Resource Type: Article Blog
Resource Topic: in vivo Pharmacology

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Expanded Role of PDX Models in Anticancer Drug Development

Expanded Role of PDX Models in Anticancer Drug Development Patient-derived xenograft (PDX) models are established by implanting surgically resected patient tumor tissues into immunodeficient mice and have become a pivotal tool in preclinical cancer research due to high clinical-relevance. These models faithfully preserve the original tumor’s molecular, histopathological and pharmacological characteristics, reflecting the heterogeneity and …Read More >

Resource Type: Article Blog
Resource Topic: Oncology Tumor Models

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OncoWuXi Express: AAI 2024 Posters: Sneak Peek

OncoWuXi Express| Immunology 2024™ Poster Sneak Peek Introduction: OncoWuXi Express will continue to keep you informed about updates to our online tumor model database (OncoWuXi Database), as well as our recent progress in cancer and autoimmune research. In this issue, we would like to share with you the highlights of posters we will present at …Read More >

Resource Type: Article Blog
Resource Topic: Immunology

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OncoWuXi Express: PSMA Overexpressing PC3 Tumor Model

Introduction: OncoWuXi Express will continue to keep you informed about updates to our on-line tumor model database (OncoWuXi Database), as well as our recent progress in cancer and autoimmune research. In this issue, we would like to share with you the newly established PSMA-overexpressing PC3 prostate cancer model. https://onco.wuxiapptec.com Globally, prostate cancer stands not only …Read More >

Resource Type: Article Blog
Resource Topic: Oncology Tumor Models

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AACR 2024 Posters: Sneak Peek

AACR 2024 Sneak Peek | Your All-In-One Guide to WuXi Biology’s Latest Advances in Cancer Research The American Association for Cancer Research (AACR) Annual Meeting 2024, one of the largest global cancer research conferences, will take place from April 5 to 10 at the San Diego Convention Center. This year, WuXi Biology has been selected …Read More >

Resource Type: Article Blog
Resource Topic: CAR-T Cell Oncology Oncolytic Viruses Tumor Models

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OncoWuXi Express: Adenovirus Vaccine AD5-HPV Inhibits Tumor Growth by Stimulating Immunity

OncoWuXi Express will continue to keep you informed about updates to our on-line tumor model database (OncoWuXi Database), as well as our recent progress in cancer and autoimmune research. In this issue, we share with you our experience in the establishment and antitumor efficacy evaluation of adenovirus vaccine AD5-HPV. https://onco.wuxiapptec.com Introduction: Adenoviruses (Ad) are non-enveloped …Read More >

Resource Type: Article Blog Case Study
Resource Topic: Oncology Tumor Models

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How to Accelerate the Synthesis of PROTACs: Strategies and Case Studies

Introduction: Targeted Protein Degradation (TPD) has emerged as a promising therapeutic modality due to its potential to develop therapeutics for previously undruggable targets and address the resistance issues of small molecule inhibitors. Central to this strategy is the novel protein-degradation approach represented by proteolysis-targeting-chimeras (PROTACs), which induce targeted protein degradation through the ubiquitin-proteasome system (UPS). …Read More >

Resource Type: Article Blog Case Study
Resource Topic: Discovery Chemistry Small Molecules Targeted Protein Degradation

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OncoWuXi Express: FaDu ATM Knockout Tumor model

OncoWuXi Express will continue to keep you informed about updates to our on-line tumor model database (OncoWuXi Database), as well as our recent progress in cancer and autoimmune research. In this issue, we showcase our FaDu ATM KO tumor model. Introduction: As reported, several physiological processes, such as the production of reactive oxygen species during …Read More >

Resource Type: Article Blog
Resource Topic: Oncology Tumor Models

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DEL Insight: Novel Applications with the Bifunctional Linker of DNA-encoded Molecules

Due to the special configuration of the DNA encoded library (DEL), each DEL molecule carries a DNA sequence encoding its identity through a bifunctional linker. The linkers that are considered “redundant” and “troublesome” in traditional drug discovery actually offer innate advantages in many application scenarios. In this article, we review how to utilize DNA-encoded libraries …Read More >

Resource Type: Article Blog
Resource Topic: DNA-Encoded Library (DEL) Hit Finding Small Molecules

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