A Practical Guide to Assay Development and High-Throughput Screening in Drug Discovery by Taosheng Chen

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A Practical Guide to Assay Development and High-Throughput Screening in Drug Discovery

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    • Integrates the knowledge of experts in biology, chemistry, informatics, instrumentation, automation, technology development, and project management

 

    • Enables researchers in industrial and academic settings to find the most efficient way to carry a project from start to finish

 

 

    • Identifies critical targets that are of relevance to drug discovery

 

 

    • Discusses the components of the HTS process and provides step-by-step instructions

 

 

    • Examines emerging technologies and systems

 

 

 

     

    Summary

     

    The development of suitable assays, the integration of appropriate technology, and the effective management of the essential infrastructure are all critical to the success of any high-throughput screening (HTS) endeavor. However, few scientists have the multidisciplinary experience needed to control all aspects of an HTS drug discovery project. A Practical Guide to Assay Development and High-Throughput Screening in Drug Discovery integrates the experience of diverse experts who offer fundamental and practical guidance across numerous situations.

     

    The book first discusses assay developments for important target classes such as protein kinases and phosphatases, proteases, nuclear receptors, G protein-coupled receptors, ion channels, and heat shock proteins. It next examines assay developments for cell viability, apoptosis, and infectious diseases. The contributors explore the application of emerging technologies and systems, including image-based high content screening, RNA interference, and primary cells. Finally, they discuss the essential components of the integrated HTS process, such as screening automation, compound library management, the screening of natural products from botanical sources, and screening informatics.

     

    Designed to motivate researchers to bring further advances to the field, this volume provides practical guidance on how to initiate, validate, optimize, and manage a bioassay intended to screen large collections of compounds. Drawing on the knowledge from experts actively involved in assay development and HTS, this is a resource that is both comprehensive and focused.

     

    Table of Contents

     

    Assay Development for Protein Kinases and Phosphatases, J. F. Glickman

     

    Fluorescence-Based Biochemical Protease Assay Formats, J. Woelcke and U. Hassiepen

     

    Assay Development for Nuclear Hormone Receptors, C. Bai and E. N. Johnson

     

    Assay Development for G Protein-Coupled Receptors and Ion Channels, J. G. McGivern, Y. Qian, and P. H. Lee

     

    Assay Development for Heat Shock Proteins, Z. Gao and S. Fong

     

    Assay Development for Cell Viability and Apoptosis for High Throughput Screening, T. L. Riss, R. A. Moravec, and A. L. Niles

     

    Assay Development for Antimicrobial Drug Discovery, H. H. Xu

     

    Image-Based High Content Screening, Y. Feng and C. J. Wilson

     

    Application of RNA Interference in Drug Discovery, N. M. Wolters and J. P. MacKeigan

     

    Assay Development Using Primary and Primary-Like Cells, S. Corazza and E. J. Wade

     

    Screening Automation, W. Zheng and C. Z. Chen

     

    Compound Library Management, D. Nie

     

    Unique Discovery Aspects of Utilizing Botanical Sources, S. P. Manly, T. Smillie, J. P. Hester, I. Khan, and L. Coudurier

     

    Screening Informatics, S. C. Schürer and N. F. Tsinoremas

     

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