Special Issue "High Throughput Screening Ⅱ"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 31 January 2019
Prof. Zhihao Zhuang
Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, University of Delaware, United States
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Interests: post-translational modification; ubiquitination; activity-based probes; enzymology; DNA damage tolerance; nucleic acid chemistry; high throughput screening; small molecule inhibitor; cancer, neurodegeneration
In the last decade, we have witnessed the increased popularity of high throughput screening (HTS) in academia for tool compound development and drug discovery. This has been largely fueled by the rapid developments at many fronts of biology, and the novel targets identified through these efforts. The creation of academic screening centers and the NIH Molecular Libraries Roadmap Initiative have spearheaded the effort and provided crucial infrastructural and technical support to many academic labs engaged in probe development and unravelment of fundamental biology using an HTS approach. With the continued growth of the academic drug discovery effort and the increased demands of high quality tool compounds, the interest in HTS will continue to increase among academic researchers. We thus would like to put together this Special Issue on HTS to highlight the most recent development in the many different fronts of HTS research, encompassing novel assay formats, new targets and screening technologies. We invite the submission of full articles and communications reporting recent work on biochemical, cell-based, phenotypic, and targeted screening. We also welcome timely reviews on the above topics and any other areas of HTS that will capture the interest and imagination of the HTS community.
We thank in advance for your contribution to this Special Issue on HTS.
Dr. Anton Simeonov
Prof. Zhihao Zhuang
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- high-throughput screening
- screening methods
- screening data analysis
- novel targets
- assay artifacts
- compound profiling
- assay development
- laboratory automation
The below list represents only planned manuscripts. Some of these manuscripts have not been received by the Editorial Office yet. Papers submitted to MDPI journals are subject to peer-review.
Author: Shiyi Chen
Affiliation: Farm Animal Genetic Resources Exploration and Innovation Key Laboratory of Sichuan Province, Sichuan Agricultural University, Chengdu, China
Abstract: Rabbit is a widely used animal model for biomedical researches because of the phylogenetic relationship to human beings, short vital cycle, less aggressive behavior and other advantages. However, our basic researches on the genomic biology of rabbit have obviously lagged far behind. The sacculus rotundus is a specific gut-associated lymphoid tissue in rabbit and plays important roles for host immunity. In the present study, we first employed high-throughput sequencing approach to reveal the genome-wide microRNAs among more than 40 rabbits. Our results provide a set of reference microRNAs and hence facilitate the researches on biological implications of microRNAs in rabbit.