Prolexys Uses Pull-Down Assay to Identify Indications for Anti-Cancer Small Molecule | GenomeWeb
Researchers at Columbia University and Prolexys Pharmaceuticals have used a pull-down assay to identify a target for the experimental small molecule anti-tumor agent erastin.
Prolexys is also using erastin as an experimental probe to identify the protein target and better understand its mechanism of action, with the goal of creating a drug-discovery franchise around the biology of the protein target, Sudhir Sahasrabudhe, Prolexys’ CSO and co-founder, told CBA News this week.

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