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Meet us at the Phenotypic Screening and Chemical Biology conference

Boston, MA, USA - 13-14 June

Meet us at the Phenotypic Screening and Chemical Biology 2017 conference in Boston, MA, USA.

Part of WPC, World Preclinical congress, this conference entitle "Modern Approaches toward Phenotypic Screening and Targeting Deconvolution" will be held from June 13th to 14th, 2017 and will gather leaders and experts to discuss the latest chemical biology and proteomics strategies and tools to improve drug discovery and development.

Dr. Marie-Edith Gourdel, Director of Chemistry and Dr. Brent Passer, Director of Business Development US, will attend this event. They will be happy to meet you and present our drug target identification service, ULTImate YChemH, based on an alternative in vivo, unbiased, highly sensitive and direct technique: Chemical Yeast Three-Hybrid (CY3H).

Feel free to contact us to arrange a meeting with our team!

 

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New ULTImate library available for screening

Paris, France - May

We released a new plant ULTImate cDNA library prepared from Morning glory's (Ipomoea nil) petals.

Contact us for more information about this library or to launch a screen.

Don't forget to follow our library releases and to let us know what new libraries you need for your research on twitter with the hashtag #HGXlibraries .

Beside, feel free to have a look at our list of libraries. We have more than 100 highly complex libraries available, made from various species and validated by stringent quality controls.

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