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Posted on Tuesday 25th of April 2017

Scientists have utilised Diamond Light Source to develop a new method to extract previously hidden information from the X-ray diffraction data that are measured when resolving the three-dimensional (3D) atomic structures of proteins and other biological molecules.

Posted on Tuesday 28th of March 2017
Posted on Tuesday 21st of March 2017

The international research consortium SGC and SciLifeLab aim to give researchers access to well-validated research tool antibodies.

[by Susanne Gräslund, SGC Karolinska, Helena Persson Lotsholm,DDDP SciLifeLab, Per I Arvidsson, Director DDDP SciLifeLab, Mikael Sundström, Director SGC European activities]

Posted on Monday 30th of January 2017

SGC and Abbvie scientists have published a research article in Nature Chemical Biology reporting a chemical probe for embryonic ectoderm development (EED) protein. The open-access probe, A-395, binds to EED inhibiting protein-protein interaction and inactivating the Polycomb repressive complex 2 (PRC2). PRC2 is dysregulated in many cancers and is a potential target for therapy.

Earlier this month, SGC and Abbvie reported on another collaboration resulting in A-196, a first-in-class open-access inhibitor against SUV4-20.

Posted on Friday 27th of January 2017

The IFOPA and FOP Friends® UK have joined together to co-fund a new study at the University of Oxford.

Alex Bullock, who established the University of Oxford FOP Research Team with Professor Jim Triffit, is optimistic that this new research technique “could lead to the development of a new class of inhibitor drug for FOP therapy.”

Posted on Monday 23rd of January 2017

In the most recent issue of Nature Chemical Biology, SGC-Toronto and Abbvie researchers share the results of their collaboration to create the first-in-class chemical probe for SUV4-20. A-196, an open access potent and selective inhibitor for SUV4-20, decreases H4K20 methylation and alters the DNA damage response, and is a useful tool to investigate the regulation of genomic integrity. 

For the Nature Chemical Biology paper: http://www.nature.com/nchembio/journal/vaop/ncurrent/full/nchembio.2282....

Posted on Monday 23rd of January 2017

Rachel Harding, a postdoctoral fellow at SGC-Toronto, writes in this online Nature blog about her open lab notebook experiences sharing her Huntington’s disease research data in real-time.

http://blogs.nature.com/scientificdata/2016/10/19/an-open-approach-to-hu...

Posted on Monday 23rd of January 2017

In this TEDxToronto talk, SGC Director, Aled Edwards, outlines the case for open science as a key to the development of cures and global advancement.

http://www.tedxtoronto.com/speakers/aled-edwards

Posted on Monday 23rd of January 2017

SGC Director, Aled Edwards, speaks in favour of open science in this CBC piece on privatizing CRISPR gene-editing technology. 

http://www.cbc.ca/news/health/crispr-gene-editing-technology-patent-1.38...

Posted on Thursday 12th of January 2017

Scientists from the Structural Genomics Consortium (SGC) and Oxford University report the first potent and selective chemical probe for the bromodomain of PCAF in an article published in Angewandte Chemie International Edition

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