biochemistry

Taking the Guesswork Out of Drug-Target Residence Times

A guide to biochemical assays for measuring drug-target interactions

Researchers engaged in drug discovery and development seek strategies for understanding the dynamics of drug-target interactions. Measuring the drug-target residence time—the duration of time that a drug remains bound to its target—can help researchers eliminate poor drug candidates, improve a drug’s efficacy, and expand the therapeutic window.

Download this guide from BellBrook Labs to learn how biochemical assays improve drug-target residence time measurements and drug development workflows. 

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