July 2019 newsletter
The importance of understanding protein-protein and protein-ligand interactions in immuno-oncology Immuno-oncology represents a new paradigm in the fight against cancer and ...
Take a sneak peek at Flare, our new structure-based design application. See how the innovative features and new science combine to give you new insights into structure-based design.
Scientists from Pfizer, Neusentis, Nanion, and Kissei have identified 9 new active small molecules that modulate the pathway of interest. 5 of these were identified from the Pfizer corporate compound library using a set of 887 compounds chosen using Cresset’s Blaze virtual screening software.
Our collaboration with the school of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Sun Yat-Sen University, and iPrecision Medicine Technology Inc., brings together expertise and innovation in development technologies for computational molecule design.
Get the very best availability information on which reagents to order. Download the March release of the Spark reagent databases using the Spark Database update widget (instructions on the installing Spark databases page), or contact us if you would like to use a command line utility (such as wget).
Join us to hear speakers from 4 continents share their use of Cresset applications on topics including fragment library design, protein-ligand binding, virtual screening and fragrance molecule design. We will showcase Flare, our exciting new structure-based design application, give an update on our ligand-based tools and a peek into the heart of new Cresset science.