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GPCRs in Drug Discovery and Safety Pharmacology

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G protein coupled receptors (GPCRs), also known as seven transmembrane receptors (7TMs), have been, and will continue to be, prominent drug targets. To support this important area of drug discovery Eurofins Pharma Discovery Services has leveraged the combined expertise from our multiple global sites to create a GPCR Center of Excellence. At our new GPCR Center of Excellence we offer a comprehensive selection of binding and functional GPCR assays to meet the GPCR drug discovery research needs of both chemists and biologists.

In addition to GPCRs for drug discovery Eurofins also has extensive knowledge on the GPCR targets that are relevant for safety pharmacology. Those GPCR targets, along with other safety pharmacology targets, are offered in our SafetyScreen44™ and SafetyScreen87™ services.

Learn more about our GPCR Product and Services

Binding Assays
Functional Assays
Allosteric Assays
Safety Pharmacology Assays

Working with Eurofins for your GPCR research needs you can gain access to:

  • Robust binding and functional, cell based secondary messenger assays
  • Assays for affinity, agonist, antagonist, inverse agonist and positive allosteric activity
  • Coverage of over 200 targets with >1200 product and service options
  • Over 20 years of experience as a GPCR CRO
  • Quick turnaround times of 1-3 weeks depending on project type

 

1. Collaborate with a partner that truly understands GPCRs in Drug Discovery and Safety Pharmacology

2. Conduct your GPCR Research any way you’d like

3. Access to a wide range of Therapeutic Areas in our GPCR portfolio

4. Elucidate Mechanism of Action (MOA) by researching both the binding affinity and biological impact of your compound

5. Determine the correlation between receptor binding and intracellular signaling

6. Have your projects managed by our highly experienced technical and client support teams

7. Profile your compound with confidence from Drug Discovery through to Safety Pharmacology