Editorial Article: Drug Discovery Round-Up: T Cell Therapy, Therapeutic Monoclonal Antibodies, 3D Cell Culture, Plus Much More!

Find all the latest developments and top content in our drug discovery community over the past month

30 May 2019


In this month’s drug discovery round-up, we bring you the latest advancements in personalized T-cell therapy, application compendiums for automated liquid handling and therapeutic monoclonal antibodies, video interview highlights from AACR 2019, and introduce our two new channels on The Scientists’ Channel. Keep up to date on the latest trends and hot topics to advance your drug discovery research.

 

Personalized T-Cell Therapy Using Neoantigens

Alison Tarke and her team at PersImmune have adopted a unique strategy for improving patient response to adoptive T cell therapy in acute myeloid leukemia by using patient specific ‘neoantigens’ present in a tumor to achieve more potent personalized cancer killing.

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3D Cell Culture Methods and Resources

Learn about the most recent developments in 3D cell culture and biology, including hot topics such as assays for cell characterization, magnetic nanoparticles for culture analysis and uniform spheroid formation, and check out our pick of the best videos and resources in the field.

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Fluorine in the Chemical Industry

Fluorine is most commonly known for its dental hygiene properties, but do you know the extent of its potential in other real-world applications? Learn how research chemists use analytical technology to support the design of novel fluorine-based compounds that transforms our lives.

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AACR Video Interview Highlights

We've compiled a list of our top video interviews with scientific experts from the 2019 American Association for Cancer Research (AACR) annual meeting, covering topics such as characterizing the biomolecular signatures of cancer, real-time analysis  of cell heterogeneity, and highlights from the conference president.

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Automated Liquid Handling Application Compendium

Sample preparation in metabolomics, next-generation sequencing, cell and protein analysis can be a laborious and time-consuming process with limited reproducibility. Discover how one automated liquid handling platform enables high-throughput screening and reproducible results in a range of applications, in this downloadable guide.

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Therapeutic Monoclonal Antibody Application Compendium

Therapeutic monoclonal antibodies now offer one of the most successful therapeutic strategies for both hematologic cancers and solid tumors. Download this application compendium to find important solutions for the effective discovery and development of therapeutic monoclonal antibodies, plus new cutting-edge technologies for effective antibody characterization.

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The Scientists' Channel: NEW VIDEO CHANNELS 

 

SLAS

SLAS is a community for over 19,000 scientists and technology professionals which hosts a thriving International Conference & Exhibition annually & has recently launched a new European showcase. Now it has its own video channel too, featuring leading scientists discussing their research and sharing the latest developments in their field.  

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ELRIG

ELRIG is a UK-based not-for-profit organisation that provides outstanding up-to-the-minute knowledge to the life sciences and drug discovery community during scientific meetings and conferences. The events bring together academic and biopharma industry experts from around the world to exchange ideas and information to accelerate scientific research. It also recently launched its very own video channel, featuring exclusive video interviews with leading industry experts.

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Latest Reviews About the Lab Technology You Use

Don't just take our word for it, read reviews left by scientists to help you choose the best instruments for your lab, or share your opinion to help your peers by writing your own review today. Read one of our latest reviews below by Alvaro Amorin from Stanford University for the LUNA-II™ Automated Cell Counter by Logos Biosystems, Inc.