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Advances in drug screening: building a better haystack for the needles of tomorrow

...y from natural products by a novel high throughput electrochemiluminescent screen: Abstract C 55. Scientists laboring int...t. Their latest natural products screen uses an electrochemiluminescent assay, developed by CCR researcher Allan Weissman,...), the reaction goes dark. To verify that the electrochemiluminescent assay worked properly, the Repository team searche...
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PharmAthene Presents Data for Protexia(R) and Valortim(R) at 2008 BARDA Industry Conference / PHEMCE Stakeholders Workshop

...eginning 24-hours post exposure to assess anthrax bacteremia and protective antigen in blood. Samples were analyzed for protective antigen via a rapid electrochemiluminescent immunoassay (ECL) and bacteremia was evaluated by 24-hour culture. In the study, 6 AGMs were treated with one intravenous dose of 10 mg/kg Valortim(R)...

Furamidine Found to Inhibit a Key Enzyme Involved in Cancer Cell DNA Repair Mechanisms

...ential applications of our dications for novel therapeutic uses." Note: Smitha Antony et al., Oxford Journals, June 18, 2007, "Novel high- throughput electrochemiluminescent assay for identification of human tyrosyl- DNA phosphodiesterase (Tdp1) inhibitors and characterization of furamidine (NSC305831) as an inhibitor of T...
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Osteocalcin by Electrochemiluminescent Immunoassay

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Medarex And PharmAthene Announce New Therapeutic Data for Anthrax Anti-Toxin, Valortim(R)

...ry 6 hours blood samples were collected to assess bacteremia and protective antigen in blood. Samples were analyzed for protective antigen via a rapid electrochemiluminescent immunoassay (ECL), and bacteremia was evaluated by 24- hour culture. A significant increase in body temperature and/or a positive ECL were used to ide...
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