drug discovery

What is Transient Overexpression?

What is transient overexpression? When it comes to the development of scientific knowledge and research, especially cell biology, transient.

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4 Model Organism examples: Traditional and Alternative

Model organisms are easy to house, develop and maintain in the laboratory, making them suitable for pharmaceutical testing. When a species of animal.

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Polyester Toxicity Study: How to Test for Toxicities

Exposure to certain chemicals and harmful substances, such as polyester or metals in textile products can cause a genetic change in cells which can.

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6 Advantages of Using Zebrafish in Research

Zebrafish are an excellent research model and were first used in biological research in the 1960s. Since then, their use for the study of disease and.

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Testing Reproductive Toxicity in Early Drug Discovery

Reproductive toxicity tests are essential to test and study the reproductive cycle in humans. The testing examines the reproductive cycle, from.

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What is Good Laboratory Practice (GLP)?

The history of science shows a clear tendency of ever-growing expectations and higher standards. The scientific community takes pride in the solid.

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Fluorescence Polarization Assay with Zebrafish

Early drug discovery uses a wide variety of tests and assays in order to determine whether a new hit can continue to be developed and enter.

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In Silico for Drug Discovery

The in silico method represents an increasing role in drug discovery as technology becomes more sophisticated. It is fast becoming a cost-effective.

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What is CRISPR Cas13 and How is it Used?

The development of new medicines that aim to treat complex diseases is driven by new tools continuously arising in modern science. Both the social.

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Morpholino and Zebrafish: Benefits and Applications

One important strategy used during drug discovery and development is the modification of the expression of a particular gene in an animal model. This.

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