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  • Secrecy Surrounds the Development of Tests to Detect Doping
    Therapeutic firms stress the need for a proactive approach against athletes who misuse drugs.
  • Know Your Enzyme Forms
    Study demonstrates using an uncompetitive inhibitor as a probe to monitor the conformational change induced by compound binding with an HTRF assay.
  • New Luciferins
    Researchers describe a rapid method to synthesize D-luciferin along with a novel set of electronically modified analogues.
  • Reducing Endocytosis Assay
    Researchers describe a new method of studying the endocytosis and recycling of cell surface proteins.
  • Olympic Anti-Doping Goes for Gold
    Mass spec and imaging are among the tools antidrug testers use to catch up with the cheaters.
  • Biographies for Compounds
    Researchers demonstrate the value of a tool that compares compounds solely on the basis of their bioactivity for virtual screening.
  • LAVAgel for Protein Diagnostics
    Researchers introduce a microfluidic, single-channel, multistage immunoblotting strategy toward scalable protein isoform analysis.
  • Accessible TALENs
    The FLASH system is a rapid and cost-effective method for large-scale assembly of transcription activator-like effector nucleases.
  • Inhibitors That Put A Kink in Abl's Helix
    Researchers develop a direct-binding assay that enables the detection of allosteric inhibitors, which can suppress a cellular enzyme that contributes to leukemia.
  • Synthetic Degrons Play The N-End Game
    The Boc3Arg moiety may provide a general strategy to construct inhibitors that induce targeted protein degradation.
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