Targeting a kinase? Find out how BMG LABTECH microplate readers measure interaction with kinases, kinase activities and kinase inhibitors in high throughput.
Drugs acting on a therapeutic target have to be identified out of libraries of thousands to millions of compounds. Due to the large amount of tests necessary for a screen, they are mainly conducted in 384 and 1536 well plates to minimize reaction volumes per sample.
Speed and sensitivity are key requirements for high-throughput screening microplate readers. A 1536 well microplate needs to be measured in seconds, maximally a few minutes. Furthermore, the fast measurement of 10 µl or even lower volume samples need to be very precise and stable to clearly identify hits from a vast number of compounds. In addition, the reader needs to be reliable, as errors occurring during a screen result in repetitions, loss of time, reagents and consequently money. The PHERAstar FSX masters all these requirements in all detection modes, making it popular in screening facilities.
For screening assay development and testing, it is not necessary to block the dedicated screening reader, the CLARIOstar Plus is the perfect addition to develop and characterize an assay before transitioning to high throughput.
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Binding kinetics: high throughput assay for kinase inhibitorsKrumm A (1) , Georgi V (2) , Schiele F (2) , Fernández-Montalván A (2), (1) BMG LABTECH GmbH , (2) Bayer AG, Drug Discovery, Pharmaceuticals, Berlin, Germany, 06/2020
Dual Channel Kinetic assays for detecting ligand bias at GPCRsPaul Tewson (1) , Scott Martinka (1) , Kevin M. Harlen (1) , Thom Hughes (1) , Anne Marie Quinn (1) , Sam R.J. Hoare (2) , Carl Peters (3), (1) Montana Molecular, Bozeman, MT , (2) Pharmechanics, Owego, NY , (3) BMG LABTECH Inc., NC, USA, 11/2019
Analyze binding kinetics with HTRFNicolas Pierre , Thomas Roux, Cisbio Bioassays, Codolet, France, 05/2019
NanoBRET™ assay quantitatively evaluates VEGF binding to the VEGFR2 in real-time in living cellsKilpatrick LE (1) , Friedman-Ohana R (2) , Alcobia DC (1) , Riching K (2) , Peach CJ (1) , Wheal AJ (1) , Briddon SJ (1) , Robers MB (2) , Zimmerman K (2) , Machleidt T (2) , Wood KV (2) , Woolard J (1) , Hill SJ (1), (1) Division of Physiology, Pharmacology and Neuroscience, University of Nottingham, UK , (2) Promega Corporation, Madison, WI, USA, 01/2018
CRISPR/Cas9 genome-edited cells express nanoBRET-donor that monitors protein interaction and traffickingCarl White (1,2) , Ethan See (1,2) , Kevin Pfleger (1,2,3), (1) Molecular Endocrinology and Pharmacology, Harry Perkins Institute of Medical Research, Australia , (2) Centre for Medical Research, The University of Western Australia, Australia , (3) Dimerix Limited, Nedlands, Australia, 01/2018
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