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World Preclinical Congress 2017

  • The Westin Copley Place, Boston, MA. .
  •  Monday, June 12, 2017 – Friday, June 16, 2017

Stop by Booth #500 to discuss your preclinical research needs. We are featuring assays for:

Target Engagement

  • Kinases
  • HDACs
  • Bromodomains

Kinase Biology

  • Selectivity Profiling
  • High-Throughput Screening

Functional Bioassays for Biologics

  • FcγR Effector Function
  • Immune Checkpoint Receptors
 
Meet our scientists at the following presentations:
Oral Presentation - Track: Chemogenomics Enabling Phenotypic Drug Discovery
Kinome-Wide Profiling of Target Engagement and Residence Time in Living Cells Using NanoBRET
Presented by Matthew Robers, Sr Research Scientist & Group Leader, R&D
Tuesday, June 13, 11:50am
Poster Presentations
Tuesday, June 13 – Thursday, June 15
Bioluminescent Kinase Profiling Systems for Characterizing Small Molecule Kinase Inhibitors
Presented by Michael Curtin, Global Product Manager
Kinome-Wide Profiling of Target Engagement and Residence Time in Living Cells Using NanoBRET
Presented by Matthew Robers, Sr Research Scientist
Quantitative Cell-Based Bioassays to Advance Immunotherapy Programs Targeting Immune Checkpoint Receptors
Presented by Michael Bodnaruk, Strategic Collaborations Manager

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