biospectra

biospectra

A term of art referring to the range of a particular compound’s pattern of protein-network perturbations. Comparison of the biospectra of different compounds shows that those with similar structures and pharmacological effects—e.g., nausea (side effect spectra)—cluster together, and that biospectra of novel compounds can be predicted from their molecular structure.
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Speakers: Richard Mutchler, BioSpectra, Inc., Dora Meissner, BioSpectra, Inc., Sarah DeMaio, BioSpectra, Inc., Wednesday 2:00 p.m.
"BioSpectra is proud of its customer-focused, custom manufacturing capabilities which provide a unique combination of industry-leading quality--from process chemistry through finished end product," said Richard Mutchler, president of BioSpectra."Our clients rest assured knowing they are working with a partner who offers written, declared end-use statements detailing the product is designed, engineered, validated and manufactured solely for the purpose it's being used."