UCLA’s Molecular Screening Shared Resource: Enhancing Small Molecule Discovery with Functional Genomics and New Technology

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Volume 17, 10 Issues, 2014


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UCLA’s Molecular Screening Shared Resource: Enhancing Small Molecule Discovery with Functional Genomics and New Technology

Author(s): Robert Damoiseaux

Affiliation: Molecular Shared Screening Resource, UCLA, California NanoSystems Institute, 570 Westwood Plaza, Room 2145, Los Angeles, CA 90095, USA.

Abstract

The Molecular Screening Shared Resource (MSSR) offers a comprehensive range of leading-edge high throughput screening (HTS) services including drug discovery, chemical and functional genomics, and novel methods for nano and environmental toxicology. The MSSR is an open access environment with investigators from UCLA as well as from the entire globe. Industrial clients are equally welcome as are non-profit entities. The MSSR is a fee-for-service entity and does not retain intellectual property. In conjunction with the Center for Environmental Implications of Nanotechnology, the MSSR is unique in its dedicated and ongoing efforts towards high throughput toxicity testing of nanomaterials. In addition, the MSSR engages in technology development eliminating bottlenecks from the HTS workflow and enabling novel assays and readouts currently not available.

Keywords: Academic drug discovery, high throughput screening, functional genomics, nanomaterials, new technology, RNAi, shRNA, small molecules.

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Article Details

Volume: 17
Issue Number: 4
First Page: 356
Last Page: 368
Page Count: 13
DOI: 10.2174/1386207317666140323134621
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