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Auspherix and Domainex Announce Collaboration to Develop New Drugs to Treat Antibiotic-resistant Bacterial Infections Auspherix and Domainex Announce Collaboration to Develop New Drugs to Treat Antibiotic-resistant Bacterial Infections

Domainex Ltd. and Auspherix Pty Ltd today announced a collaboration that will progress Auspherix’s novel anti-infective drug discovery programme towards the nomination of a clinical candidate. Auspherix intends to develop much-needed new drugs to fight the increasing problem of antibiotic-resistant bacterial infections, which have been widely reported as one of the most significant threats to patients' safety across the world.*

The Current issue of “The view from here” discusses allosterism in drug discovery. The Current issue of “The view from here” discusses allosterism in drug discovery.

The topic of this month’s newsletter from Drug Discovery Today is allosterism in drug discovery.

Scripps Research Institute Scientists Link ALS Progression to Increased Protein Instability Scripps Research Institute Scientists Link ALS Progression to Increased Protein Instability

A new study by scientists from The Scripps Research Institute (TSRI), Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab) and other institutions suggests a cause of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), also known as Lou Gehrig’s disease.

Cancer Research Technology introduces Ximbio, an Online Reagents Portal Cancer Research Technology introduces Ximbio, an Online Reagents Portal

Ximbio aims to change the way reagents are searched, sourced and shared

Ambitious new studies will give new insights into Parkinson’s, addiction and the immune system Ambitious new studies will give new insights into Parkinson’s, addiction and the immune system

Three ambitious new research programmes, which aim to deliver a step-change in our understanding of disease by using human volunteers in experimental studies, have been funded as part of a £60m investment from the Medical Research Council (MRC).

Discovery helps to spot what makes a good drug Discovery helps to spot what makes a good drug

A new test developed by researchers from the University of Manchester could revolutionise the discovery of new prescription drugs. The test will help determine which drugs are unlikely to work at an early stage, speeding up the time it takes to make safe and effective medicines available.