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Innovative Toxicology Collaboration receives major funding

ZonMw in collaboration with the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) approved four projects for Eur 750,000, under Innovative Systems Toxicology for Alternatives to Animal Testing (InnoSysTox). The...
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A step closer to realizing personalized lung cancer treatment

A Dutch/German public-private consortium of PamGene, GenXpro and the University Medical Center Groningen has been awarded a research grant from the EU Eurostars-2 program for the Triple T project of...
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Which kinases phosphorylate peptides on the PamChip?

Kinase activity profiling with PamChip® peptide microarrays can be used to study signal transduction in lysates of cell lines and clinical samples. Peptides on the PamChip® arrays represent phospho-sites in...
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At AACR: Kinase activity profiling in thyroid and renal cancers: View our Posters

PamGene and it’s collaborators presented exciting posters at the Annual Meeting of the American Association of Cancer Research in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (April 18th to 22nd, 2015). Session: Tuesday, Apr 21,...
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ACEA and PamGene join forces to accelerate kinase research

Scratch Beneath the Surface! Combine xCELLigence RTCA phenotypic assays with PamGene’s Flow-Through Kinase Array. See signalling pathways responsible for your Cell Index curves. xCELLigence Real-time Cell Analysis is a label-free cell-based...
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10-year kinase inhibitor research in a nutshell

Our white paper (free download) describes trends over a decade of small molecule Protein Kinase Inhibitor (PKI) research by mining thousands of American Society for Cancer Research (AACR) abstracts covering...
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Kinase activity profiling tool to reveal molecular mechanisms in latent HIV-1

In order to better understand the molecular biology of HIV-1 latency, Alexandra Duverger et al from the Department of Medicine of the University of Alabama in the USA, carried out...
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Publication on a detailed analysis of a new kinase inhibitor for acute myeloid leukemia

In January 2014, an article was published about a study into AKN-028, an novel tyrosine kinase inhibitor that targets acute myeloid leukemia (AML). For this study, the PamChip platform was...
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Promising proof of concept for small molecule modality to treat non-small cell lung cancer

Ichiro Kadawa et al., from the Department of Medicine of the University of Chicago, have published an article on a study into a new small molecule modality to treat non-small...
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Cancer research in zebrafish with the PamGene platform

A new study on cancer research in zebrafish was published in September 2013. Rian Hanan et al looked into the ERK2 pathway and concluded that constitutive activation of this pathway...
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