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GPCRs: Uncovering Novel Targets for Drug Discovery
European GPCR Technology Symposium Presented by DiscoverX and GDR-3545
Date: April 12, 2015 | 09:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Location: The McGrath lecture theatre, St Catharine’s College, Cambridge, CB2 1RL

You are invited to attend this FREE symposium!

Join us for an exciting day focused on GPCR drug discovery. Learn from industry leaders and DiscoverX scientists as they delve into novel ways of targeting GPCRs to create new drug molecules and the therapeutic implications of these novel approaches. In addition, learn about innovative methods to study drug structure-activity relationships and select drug candidates. Registration is free and refreshments will be served. More information to follow shortly.

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Symposium Program

The Apelin and Elabela/Toddler Receptor as Novel Target in Cardiovascular Disease
Anthony Davenport, University of Cambridge

Exploring GPCR Activation in Immunometabolism and Inflammation
David R. Greaves, Professor of Inflammation Biology, University of Oxford

Fluorescent Probes to Track GPCR Binding and Dimerization
Dominique Bonnet, CNRS researcher, University of Strasbourg

Natural Biased-ligands: A Classical Tine-tuner of GPCR Physiology? Example of the Renin-Angiotensin-Aldosterone system.
Céline GALES, Université Paul Sabatier, Toulouse, France

Allosteric Regulation of TGFß Type I Receptor by the Orphan GPR50 – an Alternative Way to Define the Function of Orphan GPCRs
Ralf Jockers, Institut Cochin, Paris, Inserm U1016, CNRS 8104, Université Paris Descartes

From Receptors to Ligands: Evotec’s Integrated Pipeline for GPCR Structure-Based Drug Discovery
Dr Constantino Diaz, Evotec (France) SAS

Linking the Mast Cell Receptor, Mrgprx2, to Adverse Histamine-like Reactions in vivo, in Preclinical Drug Development
Andrew Brown, GSK, Molecular Discovery Research

Talk Title to be Announced
Dr Elizabeth M Rosethorne, Snr Research Fellow, University of Nottingham

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