NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – PerkinElmer today said that it has entered into a drug discovery research collaboration with Sangmyung University in Korea, which will use the firm's AequoScreen assay technology for G-protein coupled receptor research.

PerkinElmer said that the AequoScreen cell-based assays are used to detect GPCR activation and provide advantages over conventional fluorescence-based dyes, such as fewer false positives, simpler protocol, and increased assay windows.

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