high-throughput screening


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high-throughput screening

The testing of the biological or pharmacological properties of molecules by immersion in a large number of chemical baths or cellular systems. It is used, e.g., to determine whether any of a group of chemicals has specific therapeutic actions.
See also: screening
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We are pleased to work with PE Biosystems and BD Biosciences and believe that their leadership in technology development, production, sales, and distribution will make our unique high-throughput screening technology available to a large group of researchers," said Joseph A.
Specific goals of the R&D collaboration include developing tools that allow validation of high-throughput screening data, visualization of structure-activity relationships, prioritization for hit follow-up, patent viability assessment, and ADME profiling and prediction.
BCE is also a key technology used in multiple systems for high-throughput screening of antibody domains.
Companies developing a promising technology to support drug development and with a strong interest in corporate partnering will participate in the Partnering Forum showcasing cutting-edge technologies in the following areas; DMPK, ADMETox, High-throughput Screening, Drug Formulation, Cheminformatics, Hit-to-Lead, Lead Optimization and Medicinal Chemistry.
Maxim's high-throughput screening capabilities allow researchers to screen approximately 30,000 compounds per day.
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Technology Expected to Increase Speed, Accuracy and Productivity of High-Throughput Screening in Drug Discovery and Other Research Applications
MPC-6827 was identified by Myriad researchers from a family of compounds discovered by Maxim through its proprietary high-throughput screening system that identifies compounds and molecular targets that modulate programmed cell death, or apoptosis.