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Synonyms for drug

knock out



Synonyms for drug

a substance used in the treatment of disease

a substance that affects the central nervous system and is often addictive

to administer or add a drug to

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To further analyse binding of artemisinin drugs to SA and to reveal binding differences, the kinetics of drug binding to BSA and the resulting decreases in SA fluorescence intensity were monitored by stopped-flow fluorescence spectroscopy.
Among the endogenous solutes retained in uremia, IS, IA, HA, and CMPF are recognized as the major inhibitors of drug binding in serum in uremia.
There are three drug binding sites on tubulin: the vinca binding domain, the taxol- binding site and colchicine-binding site.
This project has been technically challenging since we have needed to compute binding to a protein with more than 1,400 residues, which may well be the largest protein surface ever comprehensively sampled for drug binding calculations.
Neurion's Associate Director, Molecular Neurosciences, said, "The difficulty in designing GABA(A)-alpha2 receptor-selective drugs is the lack of understanding of what defines selective drug binding and efficacy with GABA(A) receptor subtypes.
ThermoFluor(R) is an automated, high throughput assay system that measures drug binding affinity through effects on the protein target's melting temperature," added F.
In transcription biology, drug binding sites critical to transcription in the promoters of several disease-associated genes were identified.
Locus's proprietary core technology (LCT) rapidly identifies viable drug binding sites on the surface of proteins and directs the de novo assembly of fragments into small molecule product candidates.
Specifically, the Chematica(TM) component will provide three dimensional homology modelling, drug binding site identification and mapping techniques and proprietary databases such as StARLITe(TM) will identify corresponding tractable chemical hits and GPCR family chemotypes.
3DP's proprietary high-throughput ThermoFluor(R) screening technology provides a flexible, rapid and direct means to quantitatively assess drug binding affinity to molecular targets.
From such information, Locus scientists identify viable drug binding sites and computationally design and synthesize new drug molecules for the target protein.