Affinity Labelling


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Affinity Labelling

A method for studying an enzyme’s active site, by using a ligand (a so-called affinity label or Trojan horse inhibitor), which is an analogue of the normal substrate; the more label that covalently binds to the enzyme’s active site, the less active the enzyme.
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BUDAPEST, Hungary, December 16 /PRNewswire/ -- ComGenex has developed a proprietary integrated Chemical Genomics Screening Platform based on its experience in combinatorial chemistry, QSAR, molecular modelling, affinity labelling and microfabricated devices.