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Hot Topic: Unexplored therapeutic opportunities in the human genome

Contemporary drug discovery is dominated by two related  themes. The first of these is target validation upon which the sustainability of pharmaceutical R&D (in both the commercial and academic sectors) crucially depends.  The second is the size of the pool of human

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Hot topic: The G Protein-Coupled Receptors deorphanization landscape.

Within the vast GPCR superfamily, orphans are described as receptors devoid of known endogenous ligands. They have been labeled as 7 transmembrane proteins by sequence homology and dispatched accordingly in the different GPCR subfamilies. They have attracted much attention given

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GtoPdb at Pharmacology 2017

The GtoPdb team will be at the British Pharmacological Society’s flagship meeting, Pharmacology 2017, in London, December 11-13th 2017. We are pleased to have our own stand at this meeting and will be present during the refreshment breaks and poster

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The Concise Guide to PHARMACOLOGY 2017/18

Concise Guide to Pharmacology Simplifies Drug Discovery Research The Concise Guide to PHARMACOLOGY 2017/18 (CGTP), which is produced from a subset of the data contained in the IUPHAR/BPS Guide to PHARMACOLOGY database, is now available in the British Journal of

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GtoImmuPdb: technical update March 2017

The 4th alpha-release (v4.0) of the Guide to IMMUNOPHARMACOLOGY was released on 23rd March 2017. This blog post summarises some of the main features of the release and other developments as we moved toward our first public, beta-release in Spring

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