Literature Review: Moving the Druggable Needle
The Use of an mRNA Display Technology and Affinity-Based Selection Is Used to Find Inhibitors to an Enzyme of Interest
To Surge or Not to Surge?
Experts Discuss Inclusion of a Surge Tank in an End-to-End Continuous Biomanufacturing Train
New Blood: Former Novartis Exec Transitions to Rubius Therapeutics
New Red-Blood-Cell-Derived Therapies Are Poised to Launch Rubius into the Spotlight.
Improving Human Health: The Promise of Epigenetics
A New Perspective for Genomic Research from Prof. Shankar Balsubramanian
If you find yourself thinking about enzymes in your day-to-day research activities, then the Enzyme Portal developed at the EMBL-EBI will surely be an invaluable resource for you. The Enzyme Portal integrates a large amount of publicly available information about enzymes from seven different databases, including the UniProt Knowledgebase, Reactome, and IntEnz. The FAQ page provides information to orient first-time visitors, including a video tour of the website, while additional documentation can be found on the “About Enzyme Portal” page. The homepage itself is clearly organized and directs users to four categories of content: diseases, enzyme classification, taxonomy, and pathways. A search field at the top of the homepage allows users to quickly search for their enzyme of interest within the Portal’s vast collection of information.