Crown Bioscience launches a new bioinformatics tool

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Crown Bioscience, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Crown Bioscience International and a global drug discovery and development services company providing translational platforms to advance oncology, inflammation, cardiovascular and metabolic disease research, announces the launch of a novel bioinformatics tool that makes it easy for researchers to understand drug combination effects.

CrownSyn™ is now available as an add-on feature to all two-drug combinatorial studies conducted by Crown Bioscience.

Combination therapies can improve efficacy, overcome drug resistance and decrease toxicity. They are an increasingly important treatment modality for several complex conditions including cancer, inflammatory, autoimmune, neurodegenerative, cardiovascular and metabolic diseases. CrownSyn is a tool that helps clients visualize and characterize combination effects as synergistic, antagonistic, and additive as well as determine optimal doses for further safety and efficacy studies. CrownSyn makes well-validated computational methods from published papers readily available to biologists.

CrownSyn is compatible with most experimental designs and provides dose-response curve graphs, combination index graphs, inhibition heat maps for concentration combinations, 2-D contour maps and 3D response surface plots. This assortment of graphical outputs makes it easy for clients to select efficacious combinations to advance their preclinical development programs.

“Combination therapies are a cornerstone for the treatment of complex diseases like resistant and metastatic cancers, cardiovascular, metabolic and inflammatory diseases,” said Laurie Heilmann, Crown Bioscience’s Chief Business Officer. “CrownSyn is Crown’s latest contribution to help our clients progress innovative drug development programs aimed at treating these complicated conditions with combination therapies.”

SOURCE: crown bioscience
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