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Pan Omics Summit May 21-22,2015 Boston, MA

We invite you to the attend the Pan-Omics Summit, which will take place May 21 – 22, 2015 in Boston, MA at the Hyatt Regency. This summit has four parallel tracks to discuss the developments and challenges in the popular omics areas of epigenomics, metabolomics, functional genomics, and next generation sequencing. Representatives from big pharma, academic institutions, and government research labs will present data on...

3rd Immunogenicity and Immunotoxicity Conference o...

The conference will cover important progress made in the areas of therapeutic protein immunogenicity and immunotoxicity evaluation such as protein aggregation, clinical relevance and assessment of immunogenicity, mitigation of immunogenicity-related risks, biosimilar development, and immunotoxicity evaluation strategies. Guests will get an up-to-date understanding of the mechanisms and consequences of protein aggregation and...

Online resources supporting drug discovery

Abstract Online resources enabling and supporting drug discovery have blossomed during the past ten years. However, drug hunters commonly find themselves overwhelmed by the proliferation of these computer-based resources. Ten years ago, we, the authors of this review, felt that a comprehensive list of in silico resources relating to drug discovery was needed. Especially because the internet provides a wealth of inspiring...

CAS and Thieme Publishing Group Collaborate

Columbus, Ohio (June 10, 2013) – Chemical Abstracts Service (CAS), the world’s authority for chemical information, and Thieme Publishing Group, a leading publisher of scientific and medical journals and books, have announced that hundreds of thousands of experimental procedures for chemical reactions from two prestigious Thieme organic chemistry journals will soon be available in SciFinder®, the choice for chemistry...

Key HIV protein structure revealed

Scientists have unraveled one of the mysteries of HIV–they’ve mapped out the structure of an envelope protein that allows the virus to get into human cells to cause infection. A team of researchers at the California campus of The Scripps Research Institute along with collaborators at the Weill Medical College of Cornell University say the breakthrough–which could provide the groundwork for developing an...

Watson helps with cancer research

October 18, 2013 | Watson, the IBM supercomputer best known for its successful stint as a Jeopardy contestant, but also previously used for cancer research at Memorial Sloan Kettering, has a new gig as a clinical advisor at MD Anderson Cancer Center. IBM announced today that Watson will act as a resource in clinical trials for leukemia drugs, using medical records and a massive database of research literature to match...
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