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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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NanoBRET TE uses bioluminescence resonance energy transfer and allows measurement of drug binding to protein targets in real time inside live cells using a simplified experimental protocol.
David Spafford said that they wanted to understand the molecular structures of T-type channels and how they pass ionic currents to generate electrical activity, and to identify drug binding sites, and the drugs which may block these channels to treat neurological disease or heart complications.
Finally the mutant Q292E from epothilone binding site brings a remarkable change in drug binding in the mutants in comparison with the wild type due to the substitution of uncharged residue with the charged one.
Drug binding residues of ABCB1 were identified as His61, Gly64, Leu65, Met69, Ser222, Leu304, Ile306, Tyr307, Phe336, Leu339, lle340, Ala342, Phe343, Gln725, Phe728, Phe732, Leu762, Thr837, lle868, Gly872, Phe942, Thr945, Tyr953, Leu975, Phe978, Ser979, Val982, Gly984, Ala985, Met986, Gly989, Gln990, and Ser993 (Aller et al., 2009).
Kabashin and his team agree that the strength of their sensor lies in its potential to detect lower analyte concentrations, a feature that could be applied to the early detection of disease, such as malaria or tuberculosis, or it could be used in drug discovery by documenting the amount of a potential drug binding to its target site.
The drug binding affinity of L-FABP was measured fluorometrically by monitoring the displacement of the fluorescent binding cavity probe 1-anilino-8-naphthalenesulfonic acid (ANS) as previously described [28, 58].
Both hydrophobic and electrostatic interactions play a major role in controlling the affinity towards drug binding for sites I and II; for site I, mainly hydrophobic interactions are dominant, whereas for site II, a combination of hydrophobic, hydrogen bonding, and electrostatic interactions all play a crucial role.
The drug binding sites, and the effects of curcumin complexation on the stability and conformation of DNA are discussed.
Study sites: Six different localities viz., Varanasi (Uttar Pradesh State), Jagdalpur (Chhattisgarh State), Rajahmundry (Andhra Pradesh State), Kozhikode (Kerala State) Athipakkam (Tamil Nadu State) and Puducherry endemic for bancroftian filariasis in India were selected for studying the polymorphism in the drug binding domain of isotype 1 [beta]-tubulin gene.
(3) Because the anti-bodies are formed against the drug itself, and the platelets are destroyed as bystanders due to drug binding, this process is referred to as drug-specific antibody formation.
The Simmerling group's simulations have provided the first view of this process and established a framework to explore how clinically important mutations affect not just structure but also the dynamic aspects of drug binding.
A concern among OEMs is the amount of drug binding to IV components that can occur.
Cocaine binds to DAT and abolishes its transport activity, but the localization of the drug binding site and its relationship to the dopamine translocation pathway still remain unclear.
The strong binding is further supported by the considerable melting temperature increases upon drug binding. The melting profiles of the drug+DNA complexes exhibit some biphasic character.
An in vitro study showed that the drug binding properties of P-gp toward the representative chemotherapeutic agent iodoarylazidoprazosin (IAAP) were inhibited by 86% in the presence of CAST (See Figure 4), as detected by a photoaffinity technique.