Drug Discovery Services

Johnson Matthey and Domainex have announced a collaboration to provide integrated small molecule pharmaceutical discovery and development services.
21st September to 24th September 2015
Domainex's Research Director, Prof.Trevor Perrior will be presenting at this key industry drug discovery event.  His talk is entitled: Is it real, or is it virtual?  Using the Domainex technology platform to identify novel inhibitors of lysine methyltransferases 
10th June to 12th June 2015
Cambridge Healthtech Institute’s Twelfth Annual Mastering Medicinal Chemistry will showcase informative, high quality case studies and successful strategies to tackle the problems facing the medicinal chemistry landscape.
22nd September 2015
The partnering event for CMC outsourcing
28th April 2015
The Cambridge New Therapeutics Forum (CamNTF) is a scientific forum open to all scientists interested in research and development of new therapeutics in Cambridge and the local area.
20th April 2015, Belfast and Cambridge, UK: Dr Dan Longley’s research team at Queen’s University Belfast, and Domainex Ltd., specialists in drug discovery solutions and
11th May 2015
Chemistry Means Business 2015 is the Royal Society of Chemistry's first flagship event for the chemistry-using industry.
20th May 2015
1.4 billion people worldwide are affected by Neglected Tropical Diseases, a group of 17 diseases which thrive in resource-poor settings and areas associated with poverty.
19th March 2015
Structure-based drug design is emerging as one of the key components in drug discovery, with many approved drugs tracing, at least part of their origins, to the use of structural information from X-ray, NMR, surface plasmon resonance, differential thermal denaturation, fluorescence polarization,
Domainex spoke with PharmaTelevision in December 2014 to explain the collaboration with ZoBio and the combination of Domainex's CDH technology with ZoBio's state-of-the-art NMR capabilities; Domainex's work on behalf of Auspherix and Domainex's future strategicplanning