Radioligand Binding Assays

Radioligand Binding Assays

Radioligand binding assays are used to characterize the binding of a drug to its target receptor. They can provide information on both the affinity and mode of interaction of the drug with its receptor. For example, radioligand binding assays can provide information on whether the test drug is binding to the endogenous ligand binding site or is instead acting on another allosterically coupled binding site, such as a blocker of the receptor-coupled ion channel.

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Saturation Binding

Saturation Binding experiments, where binding of an increasing series of radioligand concentrations is measured at equilibrium and analysed to...

Competition Binding

Competition Binding experiments, where the binding of one or more fixed concentrations of a radioligand is measured at equilibrium in the presence of...

Kinetic Binding

Kinetic Binding experiments, where the binding of one or more concentrations of radioligand is measured at...

Equilibrium dialysis

Equilibrium dialysis (EqD) is useful for binding studies with soluble targets and small molecules. In other binding assays, when a target is immobilized or part...

in vitro Assays & Screening List

Specializing in both standard and custom in vitro assays, we are focused on providing the right assays for target identification & validation...

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