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CSIR-CDRI organizes a skill development program for secondary metabolites analysis

The objective of the program was to train the participants for secondary metabolites analysis using LC-MS and HRMS instruments. Secondary metabolites are considered as main key for drug discovery and development................

“IMTECH’s translational science agenda holds a big promise”

Read the exclusive freewheeling interview with Dr Anil Koul, Director, CSIR-Institute of Microbial Technology-Chandigarh, where he shares his long term vision for the premier institute besides his insights on the required ingredients for the Indian innovation system. A Must Read......................

CTDDR-2019: The 7th Mahakumbh of Drug Research

The CSIR-Central Drug Research Institute organized the mega event on drug research dedicated to Malaria, Leishmania, Multi-drug Resistance and Natural Product Chemistry for Drug Discovery......……….

CDRI Lucknow to hold its 7th Int’l drug discovery symposium in...

The '7th International Symposium on Current Trends in Drug Discovery Research' being held on 20-23rd february next year at Central Drug Research Institute (CDRI), Lucknow will be joined by experts across globe who will deliberate over various drug discovery areas...…………….

Artificial intelligence to advance drug discovery

The pharma companies are partnering with artificial intelligence firms in a bid to advance drug discovery............

Jubilant Life Sciences records net profit of 2% at Rs 152...

For the entire 2017-18 financial year, the company posted a net profit of Rs 634.42 crore as against Rs 574.62 crore in 2016-17..........

Fresh database on Indian medicinal plants may ease drug discovery

Developed by the Institute of Mathematical Sciences (IMSc), Chennai, this free-to-access database, Indian Medicinal Plants, Phytochemistry and Therapeutics (IMPPAT), combines information from 50 traditional Indian medicine books with catalogues............

Asthma drug could help TB patients as well, find IISc scientists

The researchers at Indian Institute of Science, through extensive studies, have found that the anti-asthma drug, Pranlukast, destroys a specific metabolic pathway in Mycobacterium tuberculosis (Mtb), the causative agent of TB......................

New method to tinker cell surface proteins can help design new...

The scientists at IIT Kanpur have developed synthetic Fabs (fragment antigen-binding) that targets beta -arrestin and have potential to modulate their functioning............

“Time ripe for Indian stem cells industry to regenerate its strength”

Mr B N Manohar, Chief Executive Officer, Stempeutics dismisses the claims that Indian stem cells industry hasn’t achieved much and is at the verge of fading out. Read his detailed interview with the Biovoice News.