affinity labeling


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affinity labeling

[ə′fin·əd·ē ′lā·bə·liŋ]
(biochemistry)
A method for introducing a label into the active site of an enzyme by relying on the tight binding between the enzyme and its substrate (or cofactors).
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16 /PRNewswire/ -- ComGenex has developed a proprietary integrated Chemical Genomics Screening Platform based on its experience in combinatorial chemistry, QSAR, molecular modeling, affinity labeling and microfabricated devices.
He is an expert on affinity labeling technologies and the process of development of therapeutic compounds.