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Ready, steady, glow

Researchers at Stanford University School of Medicine have developed an advanced activity-based probe they say will allow drug companies to make faster, earlier and perhaps even cheaper decisions about the specificity and activity of preclinical compounds.

The researchers last week published a study in Nature Chemical Biology showing that a new class of activity-based probes, which they call quenched near-infrared fluorescent ABPs

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