GPC Biotech s Yeast Three-Hybrid Technology LeadCode Lures Lilly into New Collaboration | GenomeWeb

Biotech companies with a new proteomics tool for pharma’s drug discovery box have trouble these days to get firms to pay to try it out. But GPC Biotech of Martinsried, Germany, has been successful, recently announcing that it signed up Eli Lilly to test its new yeast three-hybrid technology, LeadCode.

LeadCode, an extension of yeast two-hybrid technology, allows researchers to study small molecule-protein interactions in living cells, enabling them to identify the molecular targets of these compounds.

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