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  September 5, 2019  
  Drug Discovery and Production  
  The latest drug discovery news from News Medical  
 

#ALT# Data Integrity in the Pharmaceutical Industry

There have been clear statements from regulatory bodies that have increased the pressure on pharmaceutical companies to go electronic with their records and ensure a high level of data integrity in all areas of the pharmaceutical industry despite many using "hybrid systems".

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    KeysightFreedom from routine pipetting with the ASSIST PLUS pipetting robot!
 
INTEGRA’s ASSIST PLUS pipetting robot puts automated pipetting within reach of virtually every lab. Using any INTEGRA electronic multichannel pipette, this compact system offers laboratory automation at an affordable price, providing reproducible and error-free processing while eliminating repetitive manual pipetting tasks.
 
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    KeysightUsing LIMS to Comply with Pharmaceutical Regulations
 
When using a Laboratory Information Management System, laboratories involved in drug development and research should ensure that it complies with all pharmaceutical regulations. In this article, we examine how the LabVantage LIMS complies with these regulations.
 
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 Rapid, All-Elemental BioImaging
 
Rapid, All-Elemental BioImagingThe combination of the icpTOF and rapid laser ablation systems enables all-element imaging at much faster speeds than conventional LA-ICP-MS instrumentation – enabling practical routine imaging of large areas of tissue.
 
 
 Accelerating Automation in Life Sciences with Robotic Pipettes
 
Accelerating Automation in Life Sciences with Robotic PipettesBy moving away from manual operations, particularly around liquid handling, life science researchers can improve their repeatability and accuracy.
 
 
 NIH trial aims to improve drug discovery for ischemic stroke
 
NIH trial aims to improve drug discovery for ischemic strokeThe National Institutes of Health (NIH) has announced it will fund a nationwide preclinical trial platform called the Stroke Preclinical Assessment Network (SPAN) to ensure candidate new treatments for acute ischemic stroke are tested systematically and efficiently in rodents.
 
 
 Exploring the Structure-Activity Relationship (SAR) of Drugs
 
Exploring the Structure-Activity Relationship (SAR) of DrugsThe structure-activity relationship (SAR) aids in understanding various aspects of drug discovery, from screening drug candidates to optimizing their properties. The effective biological activity is contributed by the various geometric and electrostatic interactions.
 
 
 New alliance will focus on the structural visualization of novel druggable sites
 
New alliance will focus on the structural visualization of novel druggable sitesPhoreMost and the Centre for Chemical Biology and Therapeutics (CCBT) have announced a collaboration. The focus is the structural visualization of novel druggable sites across multiple targets, to rapidly advance new therapies
 
 
 New model system uses red blood cells to study malaria invasion
 
New model system uses red blood cells to study malaria invasionResearchers at the University of Bristol and Imperial College London have established a new model system that uses red blood cells grown in the laboratory to study how malaria parasites invade red blood cells.
 
 
 Using 3D nanoparticle printing to fabricate ultra-high density neural probes
 
Using 3D nanoparticle printing to fabricate ultra-high density neural probesCarnegie Mellon University's Rahul Panat, an associate professor of mechanical engineering, and Eric Yttri, an assistant professor of biological sciences, have received a $1.95 million R01 grant from the National Institutes of Health to use a low-cost, rapid additive manufacturing method to create a new class of high-density neural probes to record neurological data.