01 / FAST
In protein target identification, information on potential targets is normally returned in two weeks given a molecule of interest.
02 / VERSATILE
Multiple libraries from various cell models can be screened concurrently to extract maximal information on the potential binding partners for a molecule of interest.
03 / EASY
A one-stop shop for protein target identification without the need to have any prior information on the potential mode-of-action of a given molecule of interest.
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We are a group of scientists and entrepreneurs from Macquarie University that have joined forces to find a new approach to solving problems in the drug discovery and development area.
We believe that it is possible to improve the current drug discovery process to reduce the cost of health care and increase patient benefits.
Our technology allows a highly parallel approach to finding potential targets of drug candidates and enables more informed decisions in drug discovery.
Dr Fei Liu CBO/CMO
PhD in Chemistry (Yale), postdoc (Harvard) and expert in synthetic chemistry, biosynthesis, chemical proteomics, and network pharmacology
Prof Peter Karuso CEO
PhD in Chemistry (USyd), postdoc (Texas A&M, TUM) and expert in drug discovery, natural products chemistry and phage display. Developed the concept of “reverse chemical proteomics”
Dr Paul Jaschke CTO
PhD in Molecular Biology (UBC), Postdoc (Stanford) and expert in synthetic biology, gene technology, and phage engineering